Samsung Says It Will Ship 510 Million Phones In 2013

By 11:34 Thu, 15 Jul 2021 Comments

Boosted by what has undoubtedly been a spectacular sales year, Samsung is predicting an even stronger 2013. The Korean giant expects to ship a total of 510 million handsets this year.

Of that total, some 390 million are expected to be smartphones, while the remainder will be of the feature phone variety. The smartphones will mostly belong to the Android-powered Galaxy series, but should also include a larger number of Windows Phone 8 devices.

The lion's share of devices will be produced in Samsung's Vietnamese factory, where some 240 million devices are expected to be manufactured. An additional 170 million units are expected to come out of China, followed by 40 million and 20 million in Korea and India, respectively.

One of the devices that can potentially assist achieve the brecent 2013 predictions is the upcoming GT-i9600, which recently leaked on the Nenaimprint 2 site. If the results are to be believed, the upcoming device will feature a 1.4 Giga Hertz (GHz) processor of an unspecified number of cores, HD display, and Mali-400 MegaPixel (MP) graphics, all on Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2.

The score of 58.5 fps is close to the 60fps classy screen limit so it doesn't really say much in regards to the performance of the device. Almost all recent top and even some mid-range devices tdiscontinue to max out the NenaMark 2 benchmark, which is capped at 60 fps.

We'll let you know when we acquire more information on the I9600 - if the leak turns out to be legitimate, of course.

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