Samsung has sold one million Galaxy Note 9 units in South Korea in less than two months
With Huawei breathing down its neck, Samsung seems to be sailing rough waters nowadays. Fortunately, its most recent flagship devices received a warm welcome from everyone, although they are often criticized due to their not-so-friendly prices. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is precisely such a handset, but despite its high price, it has just managed to hit the one million units sold milestone in South Korea.
According to Samsung, the Galaxy Note 9 needed 54 days to hit the aforementioned milestone. On the other hand, last year's Galaxy Note 8 only required 48 days to reach one million South Korean customers. The Samsung Galaxy S9, which arrived earlier this year on the market, needed no less than 60 days to climb all the way up to the one million units peak.
Although Samsung failed to come up with some solid innovations in the last few years, its upcoming foldable phone might turn out to be the game changer this tech behemoth needs to keep the crown. Samsung only needs to bring this new design to the masses before some Chinese underdog somehow manages to do it first.
Do you think that Samsung still has what it needs to keep the crown or is this giant slowly going down? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section, as usual.
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