Galaxy S10: an estimate of 20 million units delivered by the end of June
The forecasts of the analysts may be considered objectionable, but when more parties start to agree there is reasonable doubt that the sum, the estimation starts from a foundation of truth. After the evaluations of Ming-Chi Kuo on the deliveries of the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10e | Galaxy S10: estimated deliveries to rise to 40-45 million units in 2019 | The Korean Herald has expressed on the subject, by adding data relating to the first part of the year.
According to the source, on the basis of the information provided by a not better specified suppliers of the south Korean manufacturer, Samsung should be able to deliver by the end of June a 20-million smartphones of the Galaxy series S10: more in detail, 10 million in the first quarter, which will end at the end of the month, and another 10 million between April and June. For reference, the Galaxy range S9 crossed the finish line of the 19.2 million units delivered in the first half of 2018 - the new line would improve the results, albeit slightly.
Also The Korean Herald is inclined to believe that by the end of the year deliveries overall to reach the milestone of 40 million units. The assessment is not shared by other sources attributable to the chain of suppliers that lower the forecast of 35 to 38 million units - were 35 million units of the range S9 delivered in 2018, 48.7 million those of the S7 in 2016. The data, in absolute terms, they do not mark a clear step forward compared to data recorded last year, but should be contextualized in the smartphone market of high-end characterized by a stagnation. Samsung Galaxy S10e is available online by Evoluxion to 618 euros or from Amazon to 721 euros. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is available online from Stockphone to 880 euros, or by Euronics at 1,029 euros. Samsung Galaxy S10 is available online by Evoluxion to 754 euros or from Amazon at 849 euros. Available on : Galaxy S10e to 619 euro, Galaxy S10 Plus to 650 euro and Galaxy S10 to 600 euros.(update-13 March 2019, 13:51)CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING