Samsung earn from the the OLED display on the iPhone X at least $70, and also supplies other components. Thus, according to Wall Street Journal, Apple pays its South Korean competitor about $110 for each iPhone sold.

According to Counterpoint Technology Market Research, Apple will sell 130 million units from the new iPhone X by the summer of 2019, the phone will bring many billions to the Samsung just from the good performance of the phone.

By comparison, Samsung is expected to sell 50 million Galaxy S8 phones for 20 months on the market, earning $202 of components coming from its own sub-divisions. Generally, sales of the Galaxy S8 have to deliver $4 billion less than what Samsung will get from the iPhone X.

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The comparison can not be taken literally because the South Korean giant owns its subsidiary companies specializing in the supply of components but nevertheless the fact is quite interesting.

Just last year, Apple accounted for 35 percent of Samsung’s revenue. Thus, despite the apparent differences between the two leading companies, their interests are clearly quite closely related.

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