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Samsung Group Plans to Sell 60 Million Galaxy S8 This Year

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Samsung Group to Incorporate Game-Changing Feature in the Galaxy S8

Samsung Group to Incorporate Game-Changing Feature in the Galaxy S8*/

– Published By: Ken Bock on January 4, 2017 11:09 am ESTFor those who don’t know, Samsung Electronics.Co Ltd. (OTCMKTS:SSNLF) is tipped to incorporate a host of significant upgrades in its next flagship Galaxy here

Samsung Group Reportedly Preparing to Ship 60 Million Galaxy S8 Units

Samsung Group Reportedly Preparing to Ship 60 Million Galaxy S8 Units*/

– Published By: Ken Bock on January 10, 2017 10:55 am ESTSamsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (OTCMKTS:SSNLF) has been reported in The Investor to be preparing to sell around 60 million units of its upcoming flagship Galaxy S8.The Galaxy S8 could also be released a month later than the usual mid-March release period of flagship Galaxy S handsets.The Investor quoted an anonymous industry source as stating: “The tech giant has requested its partners to supply (parts) based on the tech giant’s 60 million shipment goal,” banking on the company’s efforts to sell its next flagship and to sell it well.
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Samsung Group Plans to Sell 60 Million Galaxy S8 This Year

Samsung Group Plans to Sell 60 Million Galaxy S8 This Year*/

– 2016 was not a good year for Samsung, especially after the Note 7 debacle.And now, the South Korean company is in full flow to release its much-awaited Galaxy S8.According to reports from the company’s home country, South Korea, Samsung has set a target of selling 60 million Galaxy S8 handsets this year.
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