More than a million Galaxy Note 8 units have been sold in South Korea already
The Galaxy Note 8
has been on the shelves for just over a month in South Korea, but it's been already reported that over a million units of Samsung's best smartphone to date have already made their way to local users' pockets.
Roughly 23,000 devices have been sold each and every day in Samsung's home market, making the Note 8 one of the most popular devices locally, which hints at a rather strong momentum.
In South Korea, the Note 8 goes for a million KRW, which translated to roughly $979. Aside from the regular Midnight Black, Orchid Gray and Deep Sea Blue colors, a 64GB Maple Gold color variant will be launching in South Korea shortly. With this move, Samsung surely hopes to combat the impending arrival of the iPhone 8
/8Plus on the local market, which can potentially slow down Note 8 sales as Apple aims to disrupt the company's local hegemony.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8