Samsung has confirmed that its next Galaxy Unpacked event will happen on 5th August, where the corporate is expecting to launch its next-generation Galaxy Note20 series also as Galaxy Z Fold 2 and a few of other products.
Now, a report claims that the South Korean giant isn’t keeping high expectations from the lineup in terms of sales before the launch of the upcoming Note-series flagship smartphones, a minimum of for the initial phase.
Samsung has also been battling the sales of its Galaxy S20 lineup, the amount of which stands less than the sales number of Galaxy S10 series. As per the info available, Samsung sold 3.5 million units of the Galaxy S20 Plus in Q1 2020 while the corporate had sold 5.2 million units of Galaxy S10 in Q1 2019.
The entire Galaxy S20 lineup, which incorporates Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra, managed to sell 8.2 million units within the half-moon of this year. Do confine mind that the smartphone was announced in February this year and went on sale within the month of March. So, the device had been on sale for just three weeks within the half-moon of this year.
However, the pandemic is additionally one among the explanations behind the lower sales numbers for the newest Galaxy S-series flagship smartphones from Samsung. And it seems that the corporate will continue facing an equivalent issues with the upcoming Galaxy Note20 series.