Samsung Confident Over Mobile Sales Target in 2011

Samsung, the Korean electronics titan is hopeful that it will exceed internal sales estimates for Android and Windows Phone handsets for 2011. The Korean company believes to end the year with triumph especially when its competition starts to demote their predictions on diminishing demands, reports Reuters.

During the past year or so, Samsung has sold over 30 million Galaxy S and S II smartphone handsets, guiding the company to exceed its Finnish mobile competitor for the first time since it started promoting its mobile devices running Android and Window Phone.

The announcement has come at a time by an unspecified company’s executive when one of its major smartphone contenders HTC has downgraded its sales target for the fourth quarter because of an increased competition from the Cupertino-based Apple and Korean-based Samsung:

“We are pinning high hopes…on achieving sales higher than our previous plan.”

Samsung recently announced its Galaxy Note and Galaxy Nexus smartphones with a positive statement that it hopes to sell over 2 million units of smartphone cum tablet Note in South Korea only.

Regardless of its legal battle with Cupertino-based Company over several fronts all across the world, the Korean company is enjoying an increased demand for its dual-core smartphone handsets, which sport company’s remarkable AMOLED display technology.

We have no initial statistics about the recently launched Galaxy Nexus, which is supposed to be the first smartphone handset featuring Google’s latest mobile OS Android 4.0 (codenamed: Ice Cream Sandwich). Samsungs hopes that Nexus will contribute its share to reach sales estimates in 2011.

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