Samsung Galaxy S8 reservations in South Korea make history

Samsung Galaxy S8

El Samsung Galaxy S8 It will officially hit the market in a few days, after it was presented on March 29. Reservations were opened a few hours after its presentation and for now the new Samsung flagship has already made history reaching the 550.000 bookings in South Korea, his native country, in just two days.

And it is that as we have been able to know from the hand of Samsung, the new Galaxy S8 managed to reach that majestic number of reservations between April 7 and 8. This figure, for example, far exceeds that achieved by the Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy Note 7.

We can also confirm that the explosions and problems of the Galaxy Note 7, which ended up withdrawing it from the market, are not affecting the Galaxy S8 that has convinced users a lot, at the moment from South Korea, although we fear that it will end up convincing users from all over the world.

Until now the record of reservations was held by the Galaxy Note 7 that managed to reach the figure of 400.000 reservations, although not in the period of just two days. The next record that the Galaxy S8 must seek to overcome is the 49 million units sold of the Galaxy S7, which we fear will soon be demolished if we take into account the impressive number of reservations achieved in just two days.

With regard to our country, figures have not transcended for the moment, but if you want to reserve the new Galaxy S8, to be able to receive it next April 20, you can do so on Amazon HERE.

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