Samsung’s mark better-than-expected sale of 5G phones in 2019

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Tech giant Samsung announced on Friday that they had sold 6.7 million 5G phones in 2019, between the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, which is better than the expected sale of its devices that support the next generation of mobile network standards.

According to The Verge, although 6.7 million devices may not sound that much in the ambitious plans of the telephone market, it is better than expected – at IFA 2019, Samsung sold only 2 million 5G devices, which were only expected to reach 4 million by the end of 2019 units sold.

This number also forms a large part of the stunted 5G market, with Samsung claiming that its devices represent 53.9% of the global 5G market.

2020 is expected to be an interesting year for 5G growth in the entire smartphone market. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor flagship is different from the 2019 phone, which basically does not contain 5G, and it will force support for the next generation of networks in all Android flagships that offer this feature, though via a separate antenna instead of a single antenna complete Integrated solution.

This means that it is not necessary to provide a separate S11 or Note 1 5G model and every new flagship model supports 5G, which can boost sales.

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