Another day has passed, and the Galaxy Z Flip has sold out in yet another country, this time the Netherlands. The company confirmed this earlier today and revealed that stocks will be replenished on Friday, February 28. This is the same day on which Canada will get its second batch of Galaxy Z Flips after the device sold out in less than a day.
Interestingly enough, that's not really the case with the Netherlands. Samsung claims that the Galaxy Z Flip was sold out at its Experience Store in Utrecht after four days of market availability, so either the Netherlands had a much larger stock than other countries, or Dutch Galaxy fans weren't as impressed with the foldable device as prospective buyers from other countries may have been.
We'd love to know just how high (or low) in demand the Galaxy Z Flip is globally or in each individual market, especially since the company aims to sell 6 million foldable phones by the end of 2020. However, it's probably going to take a while before Samsung publishes these figures.
It took the company a few months to reveal that it sold between 400,000 and 500,000 Galaxy Fold units last year. The Galaxy Z Flip will hopefully perform better in this regard, otherwise, that target of 6 million units might be outside of Samsung's reach. Then again, the company is also likely working on a Galaxy Fold 2, so anything can happen by the end of the year.