Galaxy S10 sells better than S9, but that's not enough!
Galaxy S10 sells better than S9, but that's not enough!

According to a report from South Korea, Samsung sold about 37 million Galaxy S10 phones in the first six months of 2019, up 15% on the Galaxy S9 phones in the same period in 2018.

Industry news is mentioned on THEELEC website, but Galaxy S10 sales were better than Galaxy S9 sales, but they were below expectations as sales are expected to reach about 50 million units.

The sources attribute the increase in sales to the following different phone models: (Galaxy S10), (Galaxy S10E), (Galaxy S10 Plus) and (Galaxy S10 5G), while its predecessor has two models: (Galaxy S9) and (Galaxy S9 Plus) ,

According to market research firm CounterPoint, Samsung sold 16 million Galaxy S10 devices between March and May last year, a 12% increase over the same period as the Galaxy S9. Galaxy S10e sold 3.5 million units and got 22% of the market share. In addition, according to the research company 5G 5G mobile phones with 6.7 million units sold in November last year made a significant contribution to sales.

Despite this growth, market observers found that at least 50 million phones must be sold in order for the Galaxy S series to succeed from 2014 to 2016, the Galaxy series sold about 40 million units in the first six months. About 38 million units were sold in 2017 and 32 million units in 2018.

It should be noted that Samsung announces the phone (Galaxy S20) during a special event scheduled for February 11 in the United States.

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