Published On: Wed, Sep 20th, 2017

Samsung Biggest Sales In Korea As It Sold Over 270,000 Galaxy Note 8 This Weekend

After receiving of massive pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 8, the Samsung has sold over 270,000 in Korea, according to investor reports.

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200,000 sold on 15 September and about 70,000 were sold on next day on 16 September while it is record selling by any company in the first weekend of its release.

According to the carriers of the company SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus that when it was announced for the pre-orders availability of Galaxy Note 8.

They received about 850,000 subscribers while on the first day of release company has managed to get a huge size of consumers as 270,000 smartphones have sold in the country just is first weekend of its release.

The smartphone Galaxy Note 8 with edge to edge display has launched in previous days, while already it has set the records in many countries like in China as told by officials that more than ever Samsung has managed to sale out the smartphones and now Korea gave a big opportunity to Galaxy to earn high profits.

Galaxy Note 8 had higher demand on its first day of release than the Galaxy 8, while now this smartphone which is manufactured by the Samsung is ranked as exceptional smartphone which is available in market and now according to carriers in Korea that company has set new records of sale in first week of release.

The specifications and features which are the cause of the popularity of the Galaxy Note 8 are; edge to edge 6.3 inches display, Android v7.1.1 Nougat, Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 64/128/256GB internal memory built-in, 6GB RAM, Dual 12 MP primary camera with dual LED flash with high definitional secondary camera of 8 MP, Li-ion Non removable 3300 mAh and available at $1046.

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