Samsung planning to sell 20 million Galaxy A and 100 million Galaxy J phones in 2017

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Earlier in the day, reports were pouring in that Samsung has targeted to sell around 60 million units of Galaxy S8 this year. In this context, we are expounding what company plans to do with its mid-range and lower-end handsets.

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As per the latest report from the company’s home turf South Korea, Samsung is eyeing to market around 20 million Galaxy A models in 2017. On the top of it, the giant has pegged a sales target of its lower-end Galaxy J series at 100 million units for the current year, reveal the sources in the know of the matter.

Even though these sales targets seem daunting to meet by the company, we are delighted to see that Samsung is proceeding to bigger and better achievements.

It’s important to recall that Galaxy A (2017) handsets were launched last week, which are resistant to water and dust, and embedded with AMOLED displays and fingerprint scanners.

Source, Via