Samsung propelled the flagship Galaxy S10 series in March this year. The series comprises of 3 smartphones, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10e. These smartphones supplanted the last generation’s Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. It appears that the Galaxy S10 series has been very effective and the first quarter sales report implies that the sales were higher than the past model. As per a report refering to Counterpoint Research, Samsung has sold more units of the Galaxy S10 among March and May contrasted with the Galaxy S9 units in a similar period a year ago.
As indicated by a report by South Korean publication Yonhap, citing Counterpoint Research, Samsung has figured out to sell 16 million units of the Galaxy S10 series between March and May, which is 12% higher than sales of the Galaxy S9 series. What is fascinating is that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the most well known smartphone from the S10 series. The Galaxy S10+ accounted for 42% of total sales while the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e represented 32% and 22% respectively.
Samsung had also propelled the Galaxy S10 5G however the sales of this specific smartphone wasn’t included in this estimation by Counterpoint Research. Samsung is accounted for to have sold in any event 1 million units of the Galaxy S10 5G in South Korea since it was released in April.
Thanks to the popularity of the new Galaxy S10 series, Samsung’s market share in the worldwide premium smartphone market has gone up. Counterpoint Research is refered to have revealed that Samsung has 25% market share which is up by 3% from a year ago.