Samsung Galaxy S10 selling 31% better than the S9 in the Netherlands
Samsung announced four Galaxy S10 devices back in March, with three of them getting to the Netherlands - the Galaxy S10e, the vanilla Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+. According to the local division, over 100,000 units were pushed in the first three months, marking a 31% increase in sales over the Galaxy S9 lineup.
Gerben van Walt Meijer, Mobile Marketing Manager at Samsung Netherlands, revealed that 99% of Dutch people expect proper battery life, 97% require proper image quality, and 97% of them want an attractive price. The Galaxy S10 is a market leader in all these areas, he added.
The most popular color is Black, with half of the devices purchased. 20% of the owners got white units, with Green being the third option with 18%. According to internal research, young Millennials (18 to 25 years) also prefer the one-hand experience, which is another key reason why they chose the Samsung flagship.
Source (in Dutch)
everyone prefers one hand smartphone usability. curved screen does look good, but simple flat screen has better usability
- 14 Jun 2019
In the case of Samsung newer models sold worse. Gravity pull things *down* not up. Failed example. S9 sold less than S8, S8 less than S7. S10 broke w tradition sold better than its predecessor, it did sth different and got rewarded.
- 13 Jun 2019
if they inform about good sales does mean something else :)
- 13 Jun 2019