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Samsung Galaxy S4 Sales Reach 20 Million Units At The End of June

by On July 3, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 You must love the way bankers get it wrong all the time, that’s why no one trusts them yet everybody uses their services, I am talking here about the recent “prediction” from JP Morgan analysts, as they downgraded Samung’s stock via rumors about a slowing down in their Samsung Galaxy S4 sales in the near future. So much for trusting what speculators are dreaming of. I think they live in a fantasy world, surrounded by computers and witches or something. They take their wishes to be history in the making, sort of thing. Why the rant about the big bad bankers? Because guess what, after the so called market analysts from JP Morgan declared that Samsung Galaxy S4 sales will begin to slow down, the markets reacted and Samsung lost hundreds of millions of dollars in stock prices. All these based on a theory from banksters which have no real connection to the real world, they are just speculating on digital money and rumors. Today, Samsung announced that the sales of the Galaxy S4 are going pretty damn’ good. Shockingly enough(if you’re a Wall Street crony banker), ¬†they shipped over 20 million units of their current flagship and the demand is on the up and up. How about that, JP ? Swallow that frog, now, and repent. I don’t quite understand why people are taking these guys so seriously, really. Well, Samsung Galaxy S4 sold in over 10 million units in the first month after its launching, now Yonhap News, a South Korean news agency, reported that at the end of June, the sales topped 20 million devices. Samsung Galaxy S4 ‘s predecessor, the S3, needed over three months to reach that sales figure, so this new born flagship smartphone just broke all previous records in terms of sales. Market analysts predicted that S4 will be sold in over 80 million units until the end of the year. But taking into account the apparition of the latest version of the flagship, the S4 LTE Advanced, I wonder how this will impact the sales figures until the end of the year. Source : Yonhapnews  

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