Sammy seems to having a big trouble trying to cope up with the huge demand for its Samsung Galaxy S6 flagship. On Wednesday, Samsung said that meeting the demand for the Galaxy S6 flagship is higher than what it had planned for. The Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 both went on sale on Friday. Samsung is yet to release the sales figures for the first week of sale. According to the Korean Times, the two handsets have received approximately 20 million preorders.
A source informed the Korean Times that the two flagships are already having very impressive responses. Sammy aims to approximately sale ten million S6 Edge and S6 flagships in 26 days after the handsets’ global launch. According to Korean Times the target can be achievable.
If Samsung meets the target, this would be the highest pace than the other Galaxy S flagships.
Many Samsung fans are asking the reason for the short supply. JK Shin, Samsung mobile chief acknowledged that the Galaxy S6 Edge flagships are in short supply. He said that Samsung will not be able to cope up with the increased demand in a near term because of the handset’s screen and the curve on the flagship’s size would be hard to manufacture. Sammy is striving to meet the demand for the new handsets. Samsung told the Reuters that there are some hardships for the short term though it will try to do its utmost to make sure that there is an enough supply for the global consumers.
Samsung has started seeing fortunes in the market after a big blow suffered when it released the Galaxy S5. Samsung paid heed to consumers’ earlier complaints and to the poor lackluster reception for the Galaxy S5. An up-scale metal cover replaced the S5’s plastic phone body. The S6 flagship also comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop which is less bloated.
Samsung is expecting to manufacture more S6 handset to meet demand.
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