Nearly 75,000 Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus units sold in South Korea in three days
Bigwig device maker Samsung launched two new Galaxy smartphones - the Galaxy Note 5; and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus - in South Korea last Thursday; and, going by the reports, the handsets are apparently witnessing a good response from customers.
In barely three days of the launch of its Thursday launch of the new Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus flagship handsets in South Korea, Samsung has reportedly sold nearly 75,000 units of the two devices.
According to the figures shared by industry watchers on Sunday, the sales of Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus handsets totaled approximately 25,000 units per day, since the launch of the two handsets on Thursday.
The figures imply that the initial sales of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus handsets have been nearly two-fold more than the initial sales of their predecessors. When the Galaxy Note 4 was launched in September
2014, it recorded nearly 10,000 units during the early days of its launch.
About the overwhelming customer response to Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus handsets, a Seoul-based telecom provider's staffer said: "Interest in Samsung's new phones is higher than ever. Customers are especially interested in Samsung's new mobile payment system which featured in the latest phones."
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