Samsung Sold 2 Million Units of its Galaxy A-Series in ‘Just 40 Days’ in India, Company Says

Samsung Galaxy A-Series Sold 2 Million Units in ‘Just 40 Days’ in India, Company Says
Taking on Chinese player Xiaomi big time, South Korean tech giant Samsung sold two million phones in its mid-price segment Galaxy A-series in India in just 40 days starting March 1, earning a revenue of $500 million.

Samsung is targeting $4 billion in revenues from its Galaxy A series of phones this year.

Earlier this month, it announced Galaxy A20, its fourth smartphone in the Galaxy A series this year. Galaxy A20 is available in India at Rs. 12,490.

In March, Samsung launched the Galaxy A10, the Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50 in two variants.

“In the first 40 days starting March 1, we have sold a total of two million units of three Galaxy A models in India – A50, A30, and A10. The revenue turnover from these three phones in 40 days is $500 million,” Ranjivjit Singh, Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President, Samsung India, told IANS on Monday.

“I think this a record for any brand in the industry,” Singh added.

“When the rest of the portfolio in A series becomes available, we are sure of not only achieving but exceeding our target,” the Samsung executive said, adding that the Galaxy A-series phones will continue to be available across the channels – both online and offline.

Samsung India is now gearing up to launch the Galaxy A70 smartphone with triple camera system next week and the Galaxy A80 with rotating camera in May.

Samsung has also launched the Galaxy A70 and the Galaxy A80. In Ghana you can get these latest Galaxy A series on Ghana’s favourite online shop, at the following prices;

Samsung Galaxy A2 core 8GB @500gh

Samsung Galaxy A10 32GB @950gh

Samsung Galaxy A20 32GB @1099gh

Samsung Galaxy A30 64GB @1400gh

Samsung Galaxy A50 128gb @1650gh

Samsung earlier announced that it would launch at least one phone every month from March to June this year. Lets keep our fingers crossed and expect more from Samsung this year.

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