According to a security researcher from Korea the Galaxy S8 and S8+ sales are starting to slow down. The duo has reportedly sold close to 10 million units in the first two months while the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge saw 12 million units sold in their first two months.
This report has a huge question mark attached to it as Samsung has boasted of overachieving sales of the Galaxy S8 series.
The slowing sales reportedly made Samsung ramp up Galaxy Note 8 production so that it can launch the anticipated phablet earlier, namely on September 10, after announcing it in August.
Yet, that's hardly any evidence to back up the claims - the Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy Note7 were both announced in August and hit the shelves shortly after, so it's more the norm than an exception for Samsung.
i agree, those are the 2 deal breakers to me
Of course... enforcement of unwanted curved screens and non removable batteries in S8 line at the same time blatantly overpricing it eventually leads to many would be customers voting with their wallets against purchase. Me included.
I guess so.... Perhaps we have reached a saturation of a kind. However, Xperia XZ Premium from Sony did bring something heavy on the table with 960 fps slow motion and 4K display and all... Now, Note 8 is around the corner, and I guess it will ha...