On Friday Samsung’s new flagship Android smartphone was launched, the Samsung Galaxy S5, and according to a recent report, the first day sales of the Galaxy S5 were higher than that of the Galaxy S4.
The news comes from ZDNet Korea, who have said that sales of the Galaxy S5 were around 30 percent higher than the Galaxy S4 on launch day.
In some countries it would appear that sales of the Samsung Galaxy S5 were double that of the Galaxy S4 on launch date, and countries included in this were the UK, France and the Netherlands.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S5 in 125 countries around the world, which is around twice as many countries that the Galaxy S4 was available at launch.
We suspect that Samsung has another hit on their hands with the Samsung Galaxy S5, the device could end up being the company’s most popular Android smartphone to date.
Source ZDNet (Korean)Filed Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News