Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphones are already selling better than the Galaxy S9
A little more than a month out from Samsung’s next Unpacked event, at which the company is expected to show off the new Galaxy Note 10 phablet, new numbers are in that tout the continued strength of the company’s Galaxy S smartphone series. Specifically, the Galaxy S10, which Samsung launched in March, is already selling better than the S9 during the former’s first three months of availability.
The data comes from Korea’s Yonhap news agency, citing industry tracker Counterpoint Research, and shows that during the quarter that ended in May Samsung sold a combined 16 million units of the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. That’s a 12% improvement over where sales of Galaxy S9 models stood at the same point in 2018.