Though Samsung has been facing some difficulties globally, it performs quite well in its homeland. Part from the outstanding sales performance of the Galaxy S10 5G, the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 10 line sells quite well. Today, the company officially announced it has shipped over 1 million units in 25 days. This is a new record, folks.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 had previously set a record and sold more than 1 million units within 37 days once released. The first month of the Samsung Galaxy Note0 and Note 10+ performance is the best in the Samsung S and Note series. Moreover, it’s more than twice the Galaxy Note 9.
According to previous reports, the pre-order of Samsung Note 10 and Note 10+ broke through 1.3 million in just 10 days. So it is not surprising that the actual sales data is so high. As expected, the Plus model sold more than the regular Note 10, and 67% of the total sales come from the Galaxy Note 10+. Samsung also said that the Galaxy Note 10/10+ female customers and the number of customers in their 20s increased compared to the Galaxy Note 9. However, it didn’t provide specific figures.
Generally, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are available in South Korea in 5G only. It is reported that due to the relatively limited availability of 5G networks, the Korean government has asked Samsung to launch the LTE models of these two phones as well. But it is not clear whether the company is really going to do this. If customers can choose to purchase a cheaper LTE version than the 5G model, South Korea’s Note 10 and Note 10+ sales may be higher.