Galaxy S10 5G has received a warm welcome from the Korean market

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After announcing to 4 Galaxy S10 versions in February. Until April, Samsung began selling Galaxy S10 5G with 5G network connectivity, integrated 6.7 inch screen and a total of 6 cameras.


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Although there are many reports describing the initial success of the Galaxy S10 series, including the usual “e” versions, but the information about Galaxy S10 5G sales from Samsung manufacturer or marketing research companies The school is quite scarce. However, that does not mean that the phone is a failed product, because Samsung has sold more than 1 million units in just 80 days “on the shelf” in Korea.

Bigger “blockbuster” than LG V50 ThinQ 5G

Although LG is the first “rival” of the Galaxy S10 5G in the 5G Korean market, it seems that Samsung has gained the upper hand. According to Yonhap news agency, LG V50 ThinQ has only reached 280,000 units since its debut on May 10.

Meanwhile, Samsung announced that the first users received 100,000 units in the first week, reaching speeds of more than 14,000 devices per day. If LG sold another 180,000 units in the next month, the sales progress would be only 6,000 devices per day. This difference shows that Galaxy S10 5G is extremely impressive. Of course, the promotions of major carriers also play an important role in the success of ultra-high-end smartphones.

5G will turn the mobile industry

Rumor has it that Samsung is working on a version of Galaxy Note 10 5G along with the standard version. Notably, sources from South Korea said the company may only sell Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro support 5G in the “home” market, then be sold in other markets.

This popularity is not yet possible in the US, where 5G coverage is still limited. Expected, in the next few years, 4G phones will only be a minority. According to some reports, the transition to the 5G industry will take place in a decade, but the market will soon have a small boost from this advanced technology.

The number of 1 million Galaxy S10 5G in Korea certainly cannot satisfy Samsung. According to many sources, in addition to Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10, the company will launch other devices with 5G support later this year. The mid-range smartphone with 5G support is predicted to be the Galaxy A90, which will be priced significantly lower than the Galaxy S10 5G, helping to expand the new generation mobile network.

Currently, technology is expecting a slight increase in global smartphone sales by 2019, improving the situation in 2018. Next, the market will have steady growth in the next few years because 5G network will gradually become easily accessible worldwide on cheaper devices.

The 5G revolution was launched in Korea, but now users can buy Galaxy S10 5G in the UK via EE and Vodafone networks or in the US via two networks Verizon and Sprint.


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