Samsung reveals Galaxy S21 series is selling 30% better than S20 series in South Korea

Michail, 10 February 2021

Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series is selling 30% better than its Galaxy S20 series predecessors in South Korea. The news was disclosed by Samsung in an official press release and is based on data from the first week of sales between January 29 and February 8.

Samsung reveals Galaxy S21 series sales are up by 30% compared to S20 series

Breaking down the sales number, the vanilla Galaxy S21 was the best seller and accounted for 40% of all sales. The Galaxy S21 Ultra contributed 36% while the Galaxy S21+ accounted for the remaining 24% of shipments. Phantom Black and Phantom Violet were the two most proffered colorways for the new devices.

This news comes just a day after Samsung confirmed it saw record-setting sales for the Galaxy S21 trio in the UK.

Source (in Korean) | Via


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 07 Mar 2021
  • t75

You can settle as well with a mid-ranger device then.

  • Mechatism
  • 02 Mar 2021
  • Ibx

I simply WON'T buy a phone without SD card support so Samsung lost my purchase this year. Anyone using phones for business need to back up to local storage because the cloud isn't A) secure or B) reliably accessible. Dropping SD card suppor...

  • Anonymous
  • 23 Feb 2021
  • vC$

Hmmm dropgate good one SS! another rushed phone that has always coppied the rest.

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