'Closed' notices are displayed at the entrance of Galaxy Harajuku, a flagship store of the Galaxy brand mobile computing devices by Samsung Electronics, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan March 26, 2020. File photo: Reuters 'Closed' notices are displayed at the entrance of Galaxy Harajuku, a flagship store of the Galaxy brand mobile computing devices by Samsung Electronics, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan March 26, 2020. File photo: Reuters
'Closed' notices are displayed at the entrance of Galaxy Harajuku, a flagship store of the Galaxy brand mobile computing devices by Samsung Electronics, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan March 26, 2020. File photo: Reuters

Samsung Electronics beats first-quarter estimates, braces for bigger blow from coronavirus

  • Samsung says its first-quarter operating profit is expected to be 6.4 trillion won, higher than the 6.2 trillion won estimate from analysts
  • Solid chip sales helped cushion the blow from the coronavirus pandemic on smartphones and TVs

Topic |   Samsung Electronics
'Closed' notices are displayed at the entrance of Galaxy Harajuku, a flagship store of the Galaxy brand mobile computing devices by Samsung Electronics, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan March 26, 2020. File photo: Reuters 'Closed' notices are displayed at the entrance of Galaxy Harajuku, a flagship store of the Galaxy brand mobile computing devices by Samsung Electronics, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan March 26, 2020. File photo: Reuters
'Closed' notices are displayed at the entrance of Galaxy Harajuku, a flagship store of the Galaxy brand mobile computing devices by Samsung Electronics, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Tokyo, Japan March 26, 2020. File photo: Reuters
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