We have sold 1 million Galaxy S5 smartphones in Germany — Samsung
In a bid to remind it’s relevance in the game, world’s biggest smartphone and mobile phone vendor, Samsung Electronics, has announced that it’s flagship Samsung Galaxy S5 has crossed a million milestone of sales in Germany.
This was in the wake of 4 million pre-orders gathered by world’s second largest smartphone retailer, Apple, for it’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S flagships on their first night.
Samsung has yet to announce how many Galaxy S5 units it sold around the world until now — but at least we know that things are going quite well in some markets. The Korean phone maker earlier announced that the GS5 shipped 11 million units in 25 days after it’s launch and expected the figure to reach 35 million by the end of this year.
While Samsung sells more smartphones than Apple, it should be noted that Apple’s running smartphones (which usually don’t exceed two products at a time) does far well than Samsung’s due to the high saturation of Samsung devices in the market.
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