Samsung plans to achieve sales of 2.5 million units of the Galaxy Z Flip
In the Korea Herald report published today via sammobile,
It was noted that Samsung plans to achieve sales of its upcoming Z Flip, up to 2.5 million units
The Korean giant faced a lot of criticism and obstacles with the launch of its first foldable version
the Galaxy Fold, which came with a high pricing level of approximately $ 2000
So Samsung has recorded sales of only 500,000 units of this release so far.
And the new details about the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip clamshell phone from Samsung came through the CEO
Where Samsung expects to increase sales of the second version of its fordable phones with an expected price between 1300 to 1400 dollars for this version
It is a much lower price difference than its first Galaxy Fold release.
The Galaxy Z Flip features a long design up to 6.7 inches on the screen with dimensions of 22: 9,
On the Infinity Flex AMOLED screen
This version also supports Snapdragon 855 processor chip
With 8 GB RAM,
The storage capacity is 256 GB.
The Galaxy Z Flip also includes a dual rear camera featuring two 12-megapixel sensors,
The 10-megapixel selfie camera also comes in the screen hole,
The phone also supports a 3300 mAh battery,
It features stereo speakers, with a fingerprint sensor on the side frame of the phone.
The wait is drawing to a close for Samsung’s next phones as the company’s Unpacked event is almost here.
In addition to its flagship range, the South Korean giant will also likely announce its next foldable phone tomorrow.
Ahead of the launch, a new report has emerged regarding the expected sales.
Samsung is eyeing 2.5 million Galaxy Z Flip sales, reports Korea Herald.
The outlet claims that industry insiders have revealed that Samsung will have a fresh batch of 500,000 units ready initially.
And, presumably, if the demand is robust, more production will be greenlit.
Now, while 2.5 million units might not sound a lot in the grand scheme of things, it’s quite good as far as foldable phones are concerned.
In fact, given that Samsung hasn’t reached the 1 million mark with its first fordable phone yet, the figure is quite promising