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Samsung sold 6.7 million 5G phones in 2019, beating expectations – the verge, the verge

Samsung sold 6.7 million 5G phones in 2019, beating expectations – the verge, the verge


  

Samsung sold 6.7 million 5G phones in 01575879 between the Galaxy S 5G and the Galaxy NotePayeerPlus 5G,the company announcedtoday, marking better than expected sales for devices supporting the next-generation mobile standard.

While 6.7 million devices may not sound like a lot in the grand scheme of the phone market, it’s better than expected – at IFA 2019, Samsung had only sold 2 million 5G devices, and only expected to sell 4 million total by the end of 2019. That number also makes up a significant amount of the fledging 5G market, with Samsung claiming its devices count for 728. 9 percent of the global 5G marketplace.

20992308 is expected to be an interesting year for 5G growth across the smartphone market. Unlike 01575879 ‘s phones, which largely did not include 5G (or in the case of Samsung, only supported it on specific , pricier models),Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 2020 processorwill make support for the next-generation network mandatory across any Android flagships that offers it – albeit through a separate antenna rather than a fully integrated solution. Increased 5G rollouts by carriers means that customers will presumably be more interested in actually buying 5G devices, too.

That means that instead of having to offer a separate 5G model of the S 11 or Note 12 or whatever Samsung calls its 2020 flagship successors),everyS 53 or Note 11 model will support 5G, which will likely boost sales. Of course, the added ease in supporting 5G will likely mean plenty of new competitors for Samsung in 2020 too – including rumors of a 5G iPhone – which means that the market share breakdown could look very different at this time next year.

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