It seems that the first days did not go as well as expected. The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + pre-sale data has entered the network. It's worse than a year ago – it's even worse when you look at this data.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + premiered already some time ago, and generally practically everything was written about them. All that remains is to wait for two things: first, until these devices go to our editorial office, and secondly, the statistics related to the sale. Konrad mentioned for you a sales target for Koreans – Samsung set the bar really high. However, taking into account the results of pre-sales … it can be different. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/819378/galaxy-s9-cele-sprzedazowe/ In South Korea alone, during the first good since the start of the pre-sale, the company managed to sell 180,000 smartphones – for comparison, in the case of the Galaxy S8 line it was 260,000. The difference is therefore large, because it's almost 30% less models sent to users . You can write: you do not have results from around the world, why speculate? I will answer yes – the domestic Korean market has been for Samsung for years a determinant of how well the new equipment of the manufacturer is accepted. If they sell on average in the country (and that's how they sell), then the world will not be better. I watch forums, Reddit and other places on the internet, and like one man at Galaxy S9, there is one slogan: no innovation . I will agree with this in part. The improved camera itself is not enough to encourage users to change. It's even Apple with the iPhone X did it better … New store shelves will be on March 16, which is actually this week. The first sales results will be visible after the end of this quarter, or soon. I'm not a Samsung hacker, that's for sure not. However, I think that the company is starting to turn in the wrong direction in the context of the valuation of its smartphones, the speed of the premier and what it does with the average shelf. The best example is the tip and the beginning of this year. The rest speaks for itself … Source: Yonhap