According to Counterpoint Research, 16 million Galaxy S10s were sold from March to May, higher than sales of the Galaxy S9 in the same period last year.
Galaxy S10 sales are higher than its predecessor generation
Samsung introduced Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e in March and released Galaxy S10 5G version in April.
Data show that Galaxy S10 Plus accounted for 42% of sales of this product line since May, followed by Galaxy S10 with 32% and Galaxy S10e with 22%.
According to Counterpoint Research, the success of Galaxy S10 has increased Samsung's market share in the global smartphone market. In the first quarter (after the release of Galaxy S10), the Korean tech giant accounted for 25% of the global smartphone market share, up 3% from a year earlier.