After the disappointing Galaxy S22 series, Samsung is back with a bang. The Galaxy S23 is widely viewed as a success and has received very positive reviews. This success has also translated into better sales compared to the Galaxy S22 series, and by a significant margin, at least according to a new report.
Galaxy S23 sales outperform Galaxy S22 sales by a large margin
According to the Data from Hanaa Securities, a financial advisory firm, has reported that cumulative sales of the Galaxy S23 series over the past eight months have reached nearly 23 million units (22.89 million to be exact). If this number is divided for the three models in the lineup, Galaxy S23 sales amounted to 8.09 million units, while Galaxy S23+ sold 4.11 million units. Sales of the most expensive model in the series, Galaxy S23 Ultra, reached 10.69 million units. Cumulatively, the Galaxy S23 series outsold the Galaxy S22 series by 22% during the eight-month period.
Story continues after the Galaxy S23 Ultra review video.
Samsung wanted to improve sales of its foldable devices with the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5. However, the plan does not seem to be progressing well. According to the new report, sales of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 reached 3.51 million units (2.26 million for the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and 1.25 million for the Galaxy Z Fold 5). This is a slight decline compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 4 (2.28 million) and Galaxy Z Fold 4 (1.35 million), which had a cumulative sales figure of 3.63 million units. While sales of Samsung’s latest foldable phones accelerated during launch compared to their predecessors, there appears to be a pause after that.
The Galaxy A series smartphones seem to be selling well in the India and Middle East region. These mid-range devices sold more than the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z series smartphones.
“Typical beer trailblazer. Hipster-friendly web buff. Certified alcohol fanatic. Internetaholic. Infuriatingly humble zombie lover.”