Samsung is demonstrating in this beginning of the year that they are optimistic despite the problems with the Note 7 which have left the company in a more delicate situation than usual, not only with something worse than previous years numbers, but with a certain distrust among the users index.
As we mentioned this morning, the Korean company hopes to sell, no more and no less than 60 million Galaxy S8 during this year while his departure will be a bit later, in mid-April. But this does not end here, and is hoping to sell 20 million copies of the Galaxy A family y 100 million Galaxy J family.
Pretty optimistic figures that hint at the prominence of the family Galaxy J in the middle range
Beyond the numbers that we have just mentioned, we can see how the Galaxy A family would lose a bit of prominence to not go to the United States and, indeed, the manufacturer would focus on Russia and Europe from the East to this range. I.e., which confirm this, the Galaxy to 2017, presented recently, they would have a more limited availability.
But where the Galaxy to disappear, the Galaxy J collected witness and, given its relatively better value for money, You may have a stronger presence in Latin America, India and other emerging markets. The sales figure expected by Samsung, bearing in mind that 2017 Galaxy J family has still not seen the light, is quite optimistic.
Remember, although the numbers these are very high, refer to the Galaxy A and J families in full, each terminal, but also for having crossed a confusing Note 7 time, seem to have much confidence in themselves, probably more than the one that has a percentage of users. Will they remain short in sales or will achieve its goal?