The South Korean tech giant issued the statement comparing sales for the first eleven days after both series were launched.
Earlier this week, Samsung Electronics announced that its flagship smartphone line, the Galaxy S21, has sold 30% more than its predecessor, the Galaxy S20, in South Korea.
The South Korean tech giant issued the statement comparing sales for the first eleven days after both series were launched. Additionally, the Galaxy S21 standard accounted for 40% of all sales within the series, while the Galaxy S21 Ultra accounted for 36%. After all, the Galaxy S21 Plus only made up 24% of all sales in the series, according to TheElec report.
The company also said that Phantom Black was the most popular color for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, while the Phantom Violet color variant was the most popular for the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus. Direct purchases made up 30% of total sales, double that of the Galaxy S20. In addition, 60% of all Galaxy S21 series models were purchased online through direct purchases.
Likewise, the company’s Galaxy Buds Pro wireless headsets sold twice as much as their predecessors during this period. Samsung added that headset demand is also expected to rise from March to April this year, as customers nearing the end of their two-year contracts for their current Galaxy S flagship smartphones perform remarkably better in its home market compared to its home market to its previous iteration.
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This year’s Galaxy S21 comes in three different sizes: the Samsung Galaxy S21 (6.2 inches), the Samsung Galaxy S21 + (6.7 inches) and the incredible Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (6.8 inches).
All three have a brand new (and cleaner) camera module on the back, a nice dynamic AMOLED screen Infinity-O with a fast 120Hz screen.
The Galaxy S21 we tested here and the Galaxy S21 + have three rear cameras (a 64 MP telephoto camera, a 12 MP wide-angle camera, and a 12 MP ultra-large camera) and the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which we are currently testing, has four (a 108 MP wide-angle camera, a 12 MP ultra-large camera, and two 10-megapixel telephoto cameras).
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