Samsung is one of the most reputable technology companies worldwide, whether in the market of smartphones, computers or household appliances, Koreans have a lot of presence in the sectors where they intervene commercially, and that is something that explains why they are in the privileged position where they are.
However, everything that goes up, down, and there are times when it costs the company a little more time to reach their usual sales figures. And today we are going to tell you one of these cases, this time in relation to the Samsung Galaxy S9, can you imagine what we are talking about?
Samsung, as we have said, is one of the most important companies worldwide, and there is no doubt about that. But, As you can imagine, if it is important for doors to the outside, within the borders of South Korea, it is even more so.
And the truth is that the figures prove it, since the company has been breaking records for a few years. Nevertheless, it seems that this Samsung Galaxy S9 is not being too well received in his native country, and the record that we are going to talk about today is more negative than positive.
Let’s put ourselves in situation, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is being a brutal success, it is one of the few smartphones with personality that we can buy right now, and at the level of specifications it is top, of that there is no discussion. But it seems that, despite this and having sold more than nine million units worldwide in a single month, These terminals have cost a bit more to conquer a million users in their native country.
That’s right, the Samsung Galaxy S9, in its two versions, has already been sold more than a million times in South Korea, an absolutely brutal figure that speaks highly of the quality of the terminal. But the important thing here is not the quantity, but the time, and that is, the Galaxy S9 has been one of the terminals of the Samsung Galaxy S family that has taken longer to reach this figure.
As you can read inOn May 15, the company announced that it had already managed to sell one million units of the Galaxy S9 in South Korea. And for this it has taken slightly more than two months, a rather strange figure, since traditionally, Samsung has managed to reach one million sales in about 40 days, or even less, since their predecessors only took the brutal 37 days.
What is clear is that many factors have been involved in this, but, perhaps, the determinant has been that the Samsung Galaxy S8 was an excellent product, and its successor has not changed too many aspects beyond the processor, the double camera or the fingerprint reader, reasons that may not be as determinant for Korean users when it comes to switching smartphone. What do you think could have been the cause?
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