Probably the of this year 2018 are saying.
No wonder therefore that it has already reached one million units sold in South Korea despite its price, and making it also faster than the Galaxy S9. However, not all is good news at Samsung, as the figures confirm that the evolution without revolution this year has not excited many of its users.
It is in its home market where the Samsung’s top terminals are sold for the longest time, and this is where we usually have the only sales data of a Korean giant that has little to reveal these figures.
Anyway, it is curious to see that the Galaxy Note 9 sells well but not as much as the Galaxy Note 8 , a smartphone that many markets expected as water in May after a Galaxy Note 5 sold very limited and
The figures do not deceive, the Galaxy Note 9 has reached one million units sold in 54 days , while the Galaxy Note 8 did in 48 days and the Galaxy S9 and S9 + took slightly more than 60 days.
Few reasons to change, little evolution, so logical numbers …
So, not everything is good for Samsung and these numbers seem logical, because the Galaxy Note 8 broke molds with impressive functionality, power of leftovers and the sum of an S-Pen that users had not been able to taste in two years .
For its part, the Galaxy Note 9 does not revolutionize the idea as neither did the Galaxy S9 and S9 +, with very high prices that do not encourage the user to renew.
In addition, the Galaxy Note is a smartphone dedicated to productivity with very defined users , so if you have a Note 8 it is likely that you have not thought about spending a whopping money that costs a Note 9, waiting for more improvements.
The Korean giant is also a good indicator of global demand ,
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