Galaxy S9 hit the stores back in March and Samsung has decided to publish the company’s quarterly earnings. To everyone’s surprise, Galaxy S9 didn’t do as expected and Samsung announced that its disappointed in the flagship smartphone’s sales.
Even though Samsung didn’t announce exactly how many Galaxy S9 units were sold since March, the South Korean tech giant did reveal that Galaxy S9 was expected to do better.
Galaxy S9 Shows Disappointing Sales Percentage
Considering that Galaxy S9 holds the title of being Samsung’s flagship smartphone, it should come as no surprise that Samsung equipped it with cutting-edge hardware specs and innovative features. However, it seems like this wasn’t enough for Samsung fans because the flagship smartphone didn’t sell as well as its predecessors.
Galaxy Note 9 is Close
On the other hand, Samsung is saying that the reason why Galaxy S9 didn’t sell that well is because Galaxy Note 9 scheduled to come out on August 9th. Galaxy Note 9 is the worst kept secret in the tech industry and we already know everything about it.
With that said, Samsung fans don’t have any reason to purchase Galaxy S9 while knowing that a better, bigger and faster Samsung smartphone will launch during the upcoming days. Nonetheless, let’s check out some of Galaxy S9’s specs to remind ourselves of what it has to offer.
Galaxy S9 is one of a kind smartphone shipping with a large 5.8-inches Super AMOLED 1440 x 2960 pixels display that is coated with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for additional protection.
Leaving the display aside, the most important hardware part that Galaxy S9 offers is Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845 CPU. This is an octa-core processor that clocks at 2.7GHz and it is paired with an Adreno 630 GPU and 4GB of RAM.