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Samsung Galaxy S7 sales predicted to reach 25 million by June End

There is no doubt that Samsung’s latest Galaxy S7 combo is a huge hit. Earlier, it was reported that the South Korean giant was able to ship more than 10 million units in its first month of availability.

Now, two separate reports from Korea are predicting that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are expected to touch the 25 million sales milestone by the end of this month. The four factors have been the backbone for this success story: aggressive marketing, good performance, an early launch and carrier push/promotions.

According to Korean publication Pulse news, the Galaxy S7 edge is outselling the regular variant. And since the S7 edge costs more, Samsung is expected to report higher profits in the latest earnings.

The sales of Galaxy S7 and its brother are expected to decline in second half of the year. And Samsung is about to get it covered with the launch of Note 7 on 2nd August. Overall, as of now the tech giant is having a great time in 2016 and we hope they end the year with same flow and momentum.

Source: Pulse News

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