Galaxy S8 sells more than 10 million units in less than a month

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The model could exceed the 50 million sales achieved last year by its predecessor, the Galaxy S7

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Samsung Electronics has sold more than 10 million units of its Galaxy S8 and S8 + smartphones in less than a month, company sources told the daily Chosun Ilbo, an amount that the first model in the range took seven months to get.

The South Korean daily published this data citing sources from Samsung, who today did not want to confirm or deny Efe the figures.

The new models of the Galaxy S smartphone series went on sale on April 21 in South Korea, the United States and Canada, and have subsequently spread to other markets, including European markets (while China will arrive tomorrow) .

The company plans that by the end of this month the “smartphone” will be available in some 120 countries, And analysts believe that given the success it is having, the S8 could surpass the 50 million that it managed to sell last year its predecessor, the Galaxy S7.

The Galaxy S8’s pre-sales reserves reached a record number of more than one million units in South Korea, where 260,000 of these smartphones were marketed on its first day of sale.

Samsung is confident that the good performance of the S8 will help to leave behind the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, whose spontaneous ignitions led to an unprecedented withdrawal of the product that caused a substantial economic impact. The Galaxy S8’s pre-sales reserves reached a record number of more than one million units in South Korea, where 260,000 of these smartphones were marketed on its first day of sale. Samsung is confident that the good performance of the S8 will help to leave behind the fiasco of Galaxy Note 7, whose spontaneous ignitions led to an unprecedented withdrawal of the product that caused a substantial economic impact. The Galaxy S8’s pre-sales reserves reached a record number of more than one million units in South Korea, where 260,000 of these smartphones were marketed on its first day of sale. Samsung is confident that the good performance of the S8 will help to leave behind the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, whose spontaneous ignitions led to an unprecedented withdrawal of the product that caused a substantial economic impact.

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