The Samsung Galaxy S10 pre-orders record breaking in both the US and the United Kingdom. The new smartphone seems to have pulled the attention of the Chinese market and, according to sources, it is expected to lead to impressive sales.
By the end of June, Samsung flagship is expected to reach a total of 20 million units in sales. At this rate, suppliers estimate that the first 10 million units will be sold this month, while the remaining 10 million in the next three months.
The Galaxy S9 and S9 + in the first half of their release managed to sell 19.2 million units. This means that the new generation could sell at least 1 million more pieces if the predictions come true.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo argues that by the end of 2019, 40-45 million units will be sold. If that happens then Samsung will be able to break the 40 million-barrier after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S7 in 2016. Note that the Galaxy S7 is the company’s most popular smartphone with 48.7 million sales.