Breaking: 20 million Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge ordered by network carriers
The Samsung Galaxy S6 has been unveiled. With the Samsung battleship came another flagship smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, and with this phones, Samsung hopes to conquer the (smartphone) world once again.
Asked about how the two products will fare, a Samsung official in Taiwan hopes the smartphones will have “record-breaking” sales,even soaring above the company’s best ever selling Galaxy phone, the Galaxy S4. VP of Samsung and CEO of mobile unit, JK Shin also forecasts large sales of these devices, bringing some light at the end of the tunnel.
And now figures reaching us have shown massive interest in the smartphones. Network carriers have made orders of a total 20 million Galaxy S6 and S6 edge units. 15 million is for the Galaxy S6 while the S6 edge accounts for the remaining 5 million.
Judging by the numbers, that’s a very high figure to deal with even as we are certain the numbers are just for Europe and North America but perhaps we can’t conclude if this is good news or bad news since we don’t know how many were ordered for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and others during their own times.
Pre registrations and pre orders have kicked off in some markets and the Samsung Galaxy S6 is priced €700 in Europe (Netherlands) while the curved, more advanced Samsung Galaxy S6 edge goes for €850 in the same market.
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