Samsung said it expects a positive second-quarter revenue, but it will likely be the only handset maker to report strong results.
Analysts expect Nokia for instance to report a staggering 72-percent drop in its April-June earnings per share year-over-year, according to Reuters.
In all, a poll of analysts reveals an expectation that phone sales for the second quarter declined by 261.7 million phones. That’s worse that the dismal January-March 2009 earnings period when sales dropped 13-16 percent year-on-year.
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January 17 2019 @ 18:50:04 UTC