While Samsung has not explained what dragged this quarter, its performance occurred earlier this year due to the fall of sales of a memory chip. While its increase in profits during the first quarter suggests that the Galaxy S10 and series A were useful, they were not popular enough to reverse trends.
Undoubtedly, the technological giant faces a mixed summer. While the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 is around the corner, the redesign of the Galaxy Fold has not yet received a release date. He also finds legal problems in Australia and France about his advertising and work practices. And then there is the simple question of competitive pressure. Even with Huawei problems, Samsung still faces a fierce rivalry between Chinese suppliers and others that historically have affected their sales.