On the weekend we heard that Samsung had sold 10 million Galaxy S5 smartphones in 25 days, and now Samsung’s JK Shin has confirmed that the company sold 11 million units of their new flagship smartphone in the first month.
Samsung’s boss has said that the Galaxy S5 has been selling well in the US, Australia and Germany, and sales of the handset are around 10 percent up on the first month sales of the Galaxy S4 last year.
“It’s been a month since we began selling the S5, and out of the gate, sales are much stronger than the Galaxy S4,”
Samsung also has another range of new Galaxy S5 devices on the way, the Galaxy S5 Prime, Galaxy S5 Mini and the Galaxy S5 Active.
We are expecting the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime and Galaxy S5 Mini to go on sale next month, and these new devices are expected to help Samsung boost sales of their Galaxy S5 range.
Samsung has done with its Galaxy range of smartphones and tablets, the company has managed to sell more units of their new flagship device each year over the previous year, and Samsung is now the world’s largest smartphone maker.
Source WSJFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News