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Samsung says Galaxy S10 sales remain strong in Q1, 2019

30 April 2019 2

Samsung has reported a massive 60% drop in operating profit in Q1, 2019, however, the company has stated that the sales of its Galaxy S10 flagship devices has remained strong.

In Q1, 2019 Samsung shipped 78 million smartphones and five million tablets. Samsung stated that its flagship devices sold well, and any decrease in its mobile division can be attributed to its low and mid-range models eating up sales of its older flagship devices. The South Korean giant stated that it planned to see an increase in smartphone sales in the coming months.

Samsung also spoke about its Galaxy Fold device during its earnings call and stated that the company would announce an updated launch event soon. The South Korean giant stated that it plans to strengthen its product line-up by innovations like the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy A80, and will continue to offer better products to its consumers. In the second half of 2019, Samsung predicts an increase in smartphone sales led by new devices like the Galaxy A series as well as the Galaxy Note range.

Samsung stated, “For the second half, despite the intensified market competition, Samsung expects smartphone sales to increase led by new models in all segments from the Galaxy A series to the Galaxy Note amid strong seasonality. In the premium segment, the Company will strengthen its leadership through the new Galaxy Note as well as its innovative products such as 5G and foldable smartphones”.

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 08:58)

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