Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Sci-tech | By Brandy Patterson

Samsung Galaxy S9 duo receives 180000 Pre-orders in Korea

Samsung Galaxy S9 duo receives 180000 Pre-orders in Korea

This is around two million more than achieved by the S8 and S8 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy S9 duo receives 180000 Pre-orders in Korea
Samsung Galaxy S9 duo receives 180000 Pre-orders in Korea

Tech giant Samsung Electronics plans to ship 43 million units of its flagship smartphone models Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus this year, higher than the 41 million units of Galaxy S8 lineup it sold last year, according to news reports on March 12. At last, the log mentions further improvements to performance.

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Samsung has requested its local suppliers to set the production schedule of smartphone parts based on its target, The Bell reported, citing an industry source. Released a year ago, the smartphone was previously known as the A5, but the company has changed its name so that users associate it with the flagship models. This update brings the March security patch level that was released to the Pixel devices about a week back. First-day sales of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus in Korea were reportedly only 70 percent of the sales achieved by the S8 in its first day of availability.

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There's a lot of hype around Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and while there have been rumors that the upcoming flagship from the South Korean electronics giant could feature an under-display fingerprint sensor, a new note by KGI says otherwise. The Galaxy A5 (2017) also makes an appearance with a 25 May planned update date, while the lone tablet in the bunch the Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 which will be receiving it around 4th of May. Finally, Samsung can not fully escape the effects of the general market slowdown, which is surely putting a damper on its mobile business.

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