According to a report, Samsung is currently dominating the 5G market with the Galaxy S10 5G. The handset already reached the 1 million sales mark in only 80 days of availability. That means that almost 15,000 Galaxy S10 5G units were sold per day during this 80-days period.
Samsung’s Korean fellow and rival, LG reportedly sold 280,000 V50 ThinQ 5G since May 10. Of course, this is a considerable amount but is pretty far from the Galaxy S10 5G milestone. Both companies are pretty popular in their homeland, however, seems that at least in this 5G race, Samsung’s smartphone is more attractive for customers.
Samsung unveiled the S10 5G back in April. The device can be considered a Galaxy S10+ on steroids. It features the same Snapdragon 855 chipset as other variants paired with 8GB of RAM. Furthermore, there’s a larger 6.7-inch AMOLED display with QHD+ resolution. Android 9 Pie with OneUI is also included in the package. The handset outshines the other S10 variants thanks to a massive 4,500mAh battery charged via 25W fast-charging.
With just of 80-days of availability, the S10 5G can already be considered a successful smartphone. While the 5G race started in South-Korea, the handset is also available in the UK through EE and Vodafone, and in the US through Sprint and Verizon.