It has been a week since Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge went on sale in 60 global markets across the globe. The company has apparently received more pre-orders than what it was expecting. The company also hopes the handsets to make a huge impact in China, one of the biggest smartphone markets in the globe.
According to a new report, Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge pre-orders have crossed the 10 million units milestone, and it’s expected to hit somewhere around 15 million by the time the pre-orders are closed — which is happening on March 18th.
It may sound great, but the pre-orders in China is more like pre-registration by the users. The actual number of people buying the handset could be lower than the number of people who registered for the handset.
The new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge have performed quite well compared to it’s predecessors. Not too long ago, the company revealed that the sales of the handset in Europe are 2.5 times more than the previous Galaxy devices.
Source: GSMArenaFiled Under: Mobile Phone News