It’s been a while since Samsung announced anything about the sales figures for its flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Earlier this year, we heard Samsung sold 10 million units for the first 25 days of launch.
Recently, it was reported that one million Samsung Galaxy S5 units have been sold in Germany. Samsung usually doesn’t talk about the sales figures for other regions except their home country, and this is the first time they did so. Reports hinted the company is hoping to ship 35 million units by the end of the year, which doesn’t look impossible.
The company celebrated the occasion by giving the lucky customer a €500 voucher. It’s also interesting to see the day Samsung choose to reveal the information. It was the day Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus went on sale in several regions, Germany being one of the initial launch markets.
Samsung also announced its latest flagship phablet the Galaxy Note 4 earlier this month, but that doesn’t push the Galaxy S5 out of the market. It’s still an amazing handset featuring top-of-the-line specifications, and would stay among the top contenders, especially when it comes to Android, for the next few months as well.
Source: GSMArenaFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News