Samsung Galaxy Note 7 went official earlier this week and some analysts also believe that it’s sales will hit millions by the end of the year.
The company expects that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sales will surpass that of its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 5 in major markets across the globe.
The statements were made by Samsung’s mobile head Koh Dong-jin during a press conference with Korean reporters. There were no specific sales targets revealed, but we’ve already seen some analysts share their estimates about the Galaxy Note 7 sales.
Recently, Hyundai Securities analyst Kim Dong-won estimated that Samsung may sell around 12 million units of the Galaxy Note 7 by the end of this year, a little less than Galaxy S7 Edge which became the best-selling handset for the first half of 2016 with 13.3 million units sold.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is set to launch in the US on August 19th, while the customers in the UK will be able to purchase the handset from September 2nd. It should hit other key markets across the globe in the coming weeks, and it’s already up for pre-orders in several markets.