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KONICA MINOLTA 1st Quarter Financial Results 2011

(Units of less than 1 million yen have been omitted.)

1. Overview of the 1Q performance (From April 1, 2010 to June 30, 2010)

(1) Business performance

Percentage figures represent the change from the same period of the previous year.

[Millions of yen]

  Net sales Operating income Ordinary income
[Million yen] [%] [Million yen] [%] [Million yen] [%]
1Q Mar/2011 194,657 2.8 9,844 - 6,421 966.2
1Q Mar/2010 189,439 -25.8 -589 - 602 -97.8
  Net income Net income per share Net income per share (after full dilution)
[Million yen] [%] [yen] [yen]
1Q Mar/2011 3,491 - 6.58 6.37
1Q Mar/2010 299 -98.3 0.56 0.50

(2) Financial position

[Millions of yen]

  Total assets Net assets Equity ratio
[%]
Net assets per share
[yen]
June 30, 2010 841,995 409,601 48.5 770.03
March 31, 2010 865,797 420,775 48.5 791.28

Note: Shareholders' equity:
As of June 30, 2010: ¥ 408,277 million
As of March 31, 2010: ¥ 419,535 million

2. Dividends per share

[yen]

  1Q 2Q 3Q Year-end Total annual
FY Mar/2010 - 7.50 - 7.50 15.00
FY Mar/2011 -        
FY Mar/2011 (forecast)   7.50 - 7.50 15.00

Note: Change to dividend forecast: none

3. Consolidated results forecast for fiscal year ending March 31, 2011
(From April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011)

Percentage figures for the full year represent the change from the previous fiscal year, while percentage figures for the six months period represent the change from the same period of the previous year.

[Millions of yen]

  Net sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income Net income per share
[yen]
Six months 400,000 1.7% 21,000 129.3% 19,000 117.7% 8,000 126.3% 15.09
Full-year 830,000 3.2% 50,000 13.7% 46,000 12.7% 20,000 18.1% 37.72

Note: Change to consolidated results forecast: none

4. Other

(1)
Changes in status of material subsidiaries during the quarter under review (Changes to specified subsidiaries accompanying the additional consolidation or removal from consolidation of companies):  None
(2)
Adoption of simplified accounting methods and application of special accounting methods for the preparation of quarterly consolidated financial statements:  Yes
Note: For more detailed information, please see the "4-(2) Adoption of simplified accounting methods and/or special accounting treatment for the quarterly consolidated financial statements" on page 12.
(3)
Changes to consolidated financial statement principles, preparation processes, disclosure methods, etc. (Description of changes to important items fundamental to financial statement preparation)
a. Changes accompanying amendment of accounting principles:  Yes
b. Changes other than "a.":  None
Note: For more detailed information, please see the "4-(3) Changes to principles, procedures, and methods of presentation, etc., in the preparation of the quarterly consolidated financial statements" on page 13.
(4)
Number of outstanding shares (common stock)
a. Outstanding shares at period-end (including treasury stock)
    First quarter of fiscal year ending March 31, 2011:  531,664,337 shares
    Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010:  531,664,337 shares
b. Treasury stock at period-end
    First quarter of fiscal year ending March 31, 2011:  1,456,413 shares
    Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010:  1,464,883 shares
c. Average number of outstanding shares
    First quarter of fiscal year ending March 31, 2011:  530,204,497 shares
    First quarter of fiscal year ended March 31, 2010:  530,291,201 shares

Presentation of Present Status of Quarterly Review Procedures

This "First Quarter Consolidated Financial Results" is not subject to quarterly review procedures in accordance with the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and, as of the date of publication of these quarterly consolidated financial results, the quarterly review procedures for the consolidated quarterly financial statements are currently in progress.

Explanation of Appropriate Use of Performance Projections and Other Special Items

This document contains projections of performance and other projections that were made based on information currently available and certain assumptions judged to be reasonable. There is a possibility that diverse factors may cause actual performance, etc., to differ materially from the projections. Please see the "3. Outlook for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2011" on page 11 for more information on points to be remembered in connection with the use of projections.

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