ABC News is reporting that Samsung Electronics is estimating a 56% jump in profit despite sales for oled screens for iPhones being lower. As if you couldn't guess where all the extra profit is from, analysts are claiming the jump is from "strong demand" for memory chips. Sales rose 19%, Samsung did not disclose its net income, but will give the breakdown figures and more details later this month. 56% jump in profit with a 19% jump in sales.. sounds like we're getting around 37% screwed. Samsung unseated Intel as the world's largest semiconductor maker last year on the back of solid demand for chips that hold data and help run programs faster for servers and phones. Analysts increased their forecasts of Samsung's memory chip profit this year as demand for data centers and servers increased the prices of the memory chips called DRAM.