Global electronics company Samsung has sold 1.2 million Galaxy smartphones worth over Rs 1,000 crore on the first day of online festive sales of Amazon and Flipkart. The company has reduced the prices of Galaxy series smartphones by 17 to 60 percent for this sale.
Samsung said, “The company has sold more than 1.2 million Galaxy devices on the first day of online festive sales. This is a new record in India. Amazon And due to the great offers on Flipkart, Samsung Galaxy smartphones are among the most liked devices. In terms of value, the company has sold Galaxy devices worth over Rs 1,000 crore in a single day.” The company has sold Galaxy S20 FE 5G, Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy S22, Galaxy M53, Galaxy M33, M32 Prime Edition and Galaxy M13. Prices have been reduced.
Samsung has given discounts ranging from 17 to 38 percent for the premium S22 series of Galaxy. The company said, “Samsung ranked first among smartphone brands on the first day of the Amazon Great Indian Festival. Every third of the smartphones sold at the start of sales were from the company. Galaxy M13 was the best-selling smartphone.” Samsung launches new smart TV in India during Flipkart Big Billion Days sale launch have make. The new Samsung 32-inch HD TV 32T4380AK gets thicker bezels all around. This TV has a 1366 x 768 pixel LED panel with 50Hz refresh rate.
The company said that in the Big Billion Days sale of Flipkart, it has doubled its market share on this e-commerce platform. According to market research firm IDC, Samsung had a market share of around 16.3 per cent with shipments of around 5.7 million units in the second quarter of this year. The company says that due to the strong start of the festive season sales, it will further strengthen its position in the 5G and overall smartphone category. IDC had said in a report that in the April-June quarter, the smartphone market in the country grew by almost 3 percent to 35 million units. In this, Xiaomi had the highest sales among the biggest smartphone companies in China.
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