Despite the threats from the Redmi team, the success of OnePlus 7 Pro is hitting the competition. Not only in the West but also in China, especially against the South Korean competitor. Although the sales results are not public yet, the data reported by the famous JD.com store indicate that sales of Samsung Galaxy S10 have suffered.
On JD, the OnePlus 7 Pro is affecting Samsung Galaxy S10 sales
In JD.com, One of the largest shopping sites in China, we can see that the sales of OnePlus 7 Pro are more than ten times that of the Galaxy S10. The 90Hz 2K AMOLED screen has become the biggest weapon to kill Samsung in China.
In https://t.co/1ErT3bc3ke, One of the largest shopping sites in China, we can see that the sales of OnePlus 7 Pro are more than ten times that of the Galaxy S10+. The 90Hz 2K AMOLED screen has become the biggest weapon to kill Samsung in China. pic.twitter.com/mEF2ZRI2Br
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We would like to specify that these are statistics related only to JingDong. But being one of the largest e-commerce sites in China, its relevance cannot be ignored. OnePlus has sold more than 250,000 units, as opposed to Samsung Galaxy S10 which stops at around 23,000 units. Virtually 10 times the top of the Samsung range, a respectable result. It is no coincidence that OnePlus is in the top 5 premium producers in China.
To help achieve this goal there is certainly the price: 4499 yuan vs 6399 yuan, or $650 vs $925. OnePlus 7 Pro certainly has shortcomings compared to S10, such as IP68 certification, wireless charging, mini-jack input or microSD support. However, these are not features of primary necessity, especially when you have an excellent 90 Hz display that makes it even more fluid.