By November, rumors suggested that Samsung’s Galaxy S21 models will be more careful in manufacturing, following last year’s faded sales of the Galaxy S20 series—which were definitely partly the consequence of the pandemic. A new Korean report confirms the leaks, saying Samsung anticipates shipping approximately 26 million Galaxy S21 units in 2021.
The article was released in Korea, The Elec, which cited an anonymous industry source saying that Samsung plans to produce about 26 million Galaxy S22 cellular telephones by the end of this year. The change was likely to be focused on the 2020 market that saw shipments from about 35 millions to 26 million of Samsung’s Galaxy’s ‘S series.’
The report says that Samsung plans to ship about 10 million of its Galaxy S21 base class handsets as well as about 8 million S21 Plus Galaxy handsets and another 8 million Galaxy S21 Ultra handsets. The same publication in November 2020 reported Samsung will manufacture some 6 million Galaxy S21 smartphones, suggesting the company’s plans on its new and biggest phones. This number is the first.
According to the latest survey, Samsung seems cautiously and with moderate aspirations to approach the 2021 market. It will attempt to prevent a situation where it generates too many Galaxy S21 devices instead of waiting to see if demand is beyond its initial expectations.
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Whether Samsung will actually sell less Galaxy’s S21 units this year than its history will remain to be seen; the company will be able to surpass its 2020 figures particularly when retail stores begin to open later this year.