It's been 10 days since pre-orders for the handset went live in Korea. The pre-order figure stood at 720,000 in the first week, meaning nearly 300,000 more units were pre-ordered in the last 3 days.
The tech giant is targeting to sell a total of 60 million units of the flagship. And markets experts are suggesting that the company could well hit the 50 million mark this year alone.
While the phone is set to officially launch on April 21, some pre-orders have already started shipping. And first complaints about the device have also started pouring in.