The company said in an earnings estimate that it anticipated operating profit for the third quarter to reach 12.3 trillion won (A$14.8 billion).
In the third quarter of 2019, Samsung reported 7.8 trillion won as operating profits.
The 12.3 trillion won figure marks the best performance since the third quarter of 2018 when Samsung reported an operating profit of 17.5 trillion won.
These curbs have cut off the supply of semiconductors needed for smartphones while earlier restrictions have blocked the supply of software.
Falling DRAM prices could affect Samsung's fourth-quarter performance. The demand for working from home helped sales of DRAM chips but an oversupply is now affecting prices.
The market research firm Trendforce has predicated a 13% to 19% drop in prices.
According to Yonhap, the average contract price for DDR4 32GB RDIMM, a server DRAM chip mainly purchased by cloud firms, has fallen for three consecutive months.
It reached US$122 at the end of September, down 4.69% from a month earlier, DRAMeXchange data showed.