According to a statistical report from the research firm Counterpoint Research, the cumulative sales of the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e devices (March-May) were 16 million units, a 12% increase compared to the Galaxy S9 sales in the same period in 2018.
The report also mentioned that compared with the previous generation S9, the sales of the Galaxy S10 series have soared globally, mainly because Samsung likes the price range, which makes more users can afford this series, and this also makes the Samsung smartphone global market. The share has increased a lot, especially in the high-end market, which has increased from 23% to 25%.
Specifically, the Galaxy S10+, with its 6.4-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED screen and 1TB of internal storage, is the best-selling model in the S10 series, with a total of 6.7 million units sold, accounting for 42% of total sales in the quarter. In the S10 series, the most popular standard version of the S10 sold 5.1 million units, accounting for 32%. The smaller Galaxy S10e sold 3.5 million units, accounting for 22%
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