Samsung has been keeping the sales details of its mobile phones under wraps for a long time. However, it is widely known that the peak of the Galaxy S series was the Galaxy S9-S10 range, which saw a significant surge in sales. Samsung has yet to replicate the success of their flagship devices since then.
Recently, there have been rumors circulating in the Korean media, specifically The Korea Daily, that Samsung aims to sell 10% more Galaxy S24 units compared to the previous model, Galaxy S23. It is worth mentioning that the combined sales of Galaxy S20 and S21 did not even reach 30 million units, while Galaxy S23 managed to sell 31 million. If these rumors are indeed true, it implies that Samsung has set a sales target of approximately 34 million units for the Galaxy S24.
The latest whispers suggest that Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy S24 in January, which is earlier than the usual February timeframe for their annual releases. Additionally, the device will aim to differentiate itself with the introduction of advanced artificial intelligence features, earning the title of “AI Galaxy Phone.”
TLDR: Samsung aims to surpass the sales of its previous model, Galaxy S23, by 10% with the upcoming Galaxy S24, as reported by The Korea Daily. The rumored release in January and the focus on artificial intelligence highlight Samsung’s commitment to innovation.