Samsung Galaxy S10 series sells 31% more in Netherlands than predecessor

Wednesday 12 June 2019 | 10:42 CET | News
Samsung has sold 100,000 Samsung Galaxy S10 devices in the Netherlands. The company said the sales are 31 percent better than the device’s predecessor, the Galaxy S9. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been available on the Dutch market for three months, arriving in stores on 8 March.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 appeared in two versions last year, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes in three versions, including a cheaper Galaxy S10e. With that price point, the phone line is able to aim for the mid-end segment.

Samsung told Telecompaper the100,000 includes all three device versions, namely the Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+). Samsung did not specify the sales results of each of the Galaxy S10 models.

The suggested retail prices of the Galaxy S10 series, at introduction, amounted to EUR 749 for the S10e, from EUR 899 for the S10 and from EUR 999 for the S10+. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ had a suggested retail price of EUR 899 and EUR 999 in 2018, which shows that the company is clearly addressing a different segment with the Galaxy S10e.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Netherlands
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