Samsung Galaxy S8 Shipments Reportedly Cross 20 Million Units

Samsung has revealed its two flagship Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus back in March, it looks like sales of the Samsung these flagships are still going strong. According to a report from investor, Samsung Galaxy S8 Shipments Reportedly Cross 20 Million Units. The report also claims that Samsung shipped 278,800 Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus units per day on average since their launch.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Shipments Reportedly Cross 20 Million Units

We can say that, Samsung Galaxy S8 is a huge hit as Samsung Galaxy S8 Sale Exceeds 5 Million Just in 25 Days. Now in a short period of almost 4 months, this sale reaches to 20 Millions. Recently, Samsung has also revealed its second quarter report of 2017. According to which, company generated an operating profit of $12.7 billion and $9.7 billion in net profit.

Also Check: Samsung Second Quarter 2017 Profit on track to Beat Apple

Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh said that

sales of the company’s latest flagships are 15 percent higher than those of the Galaxy S7 series.

As now, Samsung is planning to launch Note 8. Samsung mobile CEO DJ Koh has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 8 will launch in late August. Moreover, the phone will be go on sale between September and October. Some rumors claim that Note 8 will launch on 23rd August.

After the successful launch of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Samsung is planning to launch its “S8 Active” version. According to rumors, Galaxy S8 Active will feature 5.8-inch 2960 x 1440 Super AMOLED display. Moreover, the phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Galaxy S8 Active will have 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of ROM.

For More Details Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Detailed Specifications Revealed

So after the launch of S8 Active and Note 8, we can expect that Samsung revenue will also increase.

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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