Samsung’s Galaxy S-series of handsets tend to be very popular and the Samsung Galaxy S5 that was announced earlier this year isn’t any different. In fact Samsung seems to be pretty confident about the handset and has expressed their hopes at being able to ship at least 35 million Galaxy S5 handsets this year. Well so far it looks like the South Korean tech giant could be well on their way. According to arecent announcement by Samsung Germany, it seems that they have managed to sell 1 million Galaxy S5 units in Germany alone.
Samsung announced that it sold one million Galaxy S5 units in Germany. Coincidentally (or not?), the Korean giant delivered the news about its achievement the same day Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus became officially available (Germany is one of the markets where Cupertino’s devices launched today). The impressive number of units related to devices actually sold to customers, not just shipped to the company’s retail partners. The millionth Galaxy S5 buyer got treated to a €500 voucher from Samsung to mark the special occasion. Samsung shipped 10 million Galaxy S5 units worldwide in just 25 days after launching the device. The manufacturer typically doesn’t comment on device sales figures outside of its home market.
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