Posted by Danny D. 2 years ago

Samsung to ship 10 million Galaxy S4 devices in the first month

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DigiTimes reported that Samsung wants to ship 10 million Galaxy S4 devices in the last week of April. According to DigiTimes Samsung expects to sell 30 million Galaxy S4 devices in the first 3 months. Which is a huge amount for the next flagship device from Samsung. The Galaxy S4 goes on sale from the last week in April in 50 counties. Many other countries to follow after that. Samsung has a marketing budget of 140 million dollar for the Galaxy S4.

Because the Galaxy S4 is that hot Samsung decided to bring 2 versions of the Galaxy S4, one with a Qualcomm processor and one with Samsung’s own Exynos processor. Samsung’s promises to bring those devices the fastest way as possible. SamMobile’s review of the Galaxy S4 will be online around the first week of May.



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6 comments on “Samsung to ship 10 million Galaxy S4 devices in the first month

  1. okizen 2 years ago said:

    I may be mistaken but I thought that Samsung had decided to make all variants of the S4 based on the Exynos processor.

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    • gtone339 2 years ago said:

      Not enough time to mass produce Exynos 5 Octa variant in time, so instead they had to stick with Qualcomms SnapDragon 600 processor.

      A while back, sammobile uploaded an article that Samsung is going to produce at least 30% Exynos 5 Octa and the rest are Qualcomms Snapdragon variants of the GS4.

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  2. gtone339 2 years ago said:

    Nice one! Hopefully the GS4 should exceed it’s predecessor!

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  3. kachrukamble 2 years ago said:

    again it will be overpriced at launch…Later Samsung will reduce the price by 25% for sure.

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  4. AquilaSol 2 years ago said:

    I’ll be patiently waiting for the Exynos variant to ship to Germany… :)

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