Despite the disaster lived last year with the Galaxy Note 7, and also despite the serious scandal of corruption which is immersed company in Korea of the South, Samsung has a flower… there because none of that seems to be taking a toll. Moreover, it seems that 2017 might be, at least, one of its best years.
At least that’s what detaches from the U.S. market whose consumers are already giving Samsung a new opportunity. According to a statement by the company, the reserves of the new Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have already surpassed the previous recall established by the S7 Galaxy.
Samsung wins with its new Galaxy S8 and S8 +
He has been through an email to Tim Baxter, President and CEO of Operaciones de Samsung Electronics America, has sent to various media, which said that the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus terminals showed “more than 30 percent of growth in pre-orders in comparison with the record of pre-orders he had with Galaxy S7″.
The South Korean company has not provided concrete figures that correspond to these sales figures, however, relying on the word of this Executive and signature at the moment, it seems Samsung has managed to convince users that what happened with Note 7 was only an isolated fact, and that the new terminal will be completely secure.
For the moment, the only problem would be presenting the new devices would be the Red screen problem however, the company ensures that it is a matter of configuration, and that this week will release an update for this.
Lee Jae-yoon, an analyst at Yuanta Securities, said in a report published by Korea Times that S8 Plus Galaxy will result the 53.9% of total sales of both models, front of 51.3% and 51.9% of the previous Edge S6 and S7 Edge respectively.
On the other hand, this analyst also points out that Galaxy S8 Plus sales could slow sales of the Galaxy Note 8 future which, with its 6, 4″, will be released at the end of the autumn.
Although there was some concern that the facts of Note 7 provocasen a mass exodus of users, Samsung has always been optimistic, and the views of analysts have accompanied.