Samsung expects Galaxy S24 to sell 10% more than Galaxy S23
Galaxy S24 is expected to sell 35 million units
According to a report from The Korea Daily, Samsung has set shipment targets of 35 million units for the Galaxy S24 series. That's 10% higher than the Galaxy S23 series. The South Korean firm is expected to announce the Galaxy S24 series in January 2024, and it will be the company's first ‘AI Galaxy Phone.' In comparison, the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S22 sold less than 30 million units, while the Galaxy S23 series sold 31 million units. Apparently, earlier today, Samsung revealed that it expects to ship 253 million smartphones, including the Galaxy S24, in 2024.