Sales of the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra have been quite lower than expected. In fact, sales of the Galaxy S20 series are 50% lower than those of the S10 series. This is according to reports from The Korea Herald.
On the first day of sales, Samsung sold just 70,800 units of the Galaxy S20. This is much lower than the 140,000 sales of the Galaxy S10 made on the first day.
The Korean Herald believes that this decline in sales is as a result of the Galaxy S20 series price level. Coupled with this is the fear of the coronavirus that has reduced the frequentation of physical stores.
Note that Samsung has lowered the price of the Galaxy S10 and S10+ a lot. This may also be a contributor to the poorer sales of the Galaxy S20 series.
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