Apparently, Samsung Galaxy S10 sales are off the charts
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S10 phones last month and the phones have now gone on sale around the world. Apparently, the flagships are pulling some serious weight commercially, with reports claiming that the phones are already outselling the S9 phones by a decent margin.
The phones had a slow start in Samsung’s home South Korea—recording lower day one sales than the S9 phones—but the tune of the music around the world is entirely different. According to sources, the S10 phones have broken pre-order records in both the US and UK. In both markets, too, the S10+ accounts for the majority of sales, which was entirely predictable.
While it’s still early days yet, and there’s a chance we see a lull in sales of the phones, we’d be very surprised to see it sell less than the S9. Analysts already expect the S10 phones to ship about 40 to 45 million units this year, a handy 30-35% bump in shipment numbers over the Galaxy S9 phones.
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