News by admin on Tuesday May 19, 2015.
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Samsung's Galaxy S6 is arguably the best smartphone on the market and has helped the company gain some traction again after a poor 2014. However, while the handset (alongside the Galaxy S6 Edge) was pointing to a sales rejuvenation for Samsung, the reality seems different. It has been confirmed that the Galaxy S6 handsets have surpassed 10 million unit sales, but have not achieved that status as fast as predecessors.An exact date for passing the milestone has not been offered, but it stands to reason that if the Galaxy S6 had reached 10 million unit sales faster than the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S4 then Samsung would be bragging about it. The Galaxy S4 took 27 days for reach the same figure, while the Galaxy S5 made 10 million in 25 days. The S6 and S6 Edge were both launched April 10th and have been on the market more than a month. We should point out again that it is just a guess that the Galaxy S6 has not made the milestone as quick as the older flagships, but it does not necessarily matter either way. While the S5 beat the S4 to 10 million units, the S4 was actually the better seller through its entire cycle, so the Galaxy S6 could still pull ahead in the coming months.