Samsung's Galaxy smartphones are outselling rival Apple's iPhones by nearly two to one, leading to record second-quarter profits for the Korean technology giant.
Samsung saw operating profits hit an all-time high of 6.7trn won (£2.7bn) between April and June, 79 per cent above a year earlier.
Industry estimates suggest Samsung shipped over 50 million phones over the quarter – almost twice Apple's 26 million iPhones. Samsung also ended Nokia's reign as the top global handset-maker.
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