Samsung already quite optimistic about the Wave - plans to sell 10 million units

Samsung already quite optimistic about the Wave - plans to sell 10 million units
With a lot of expectations already in line for their prized handset, Samsung is setting the bar really high and giving off that optimistic feel in achieving sales of approximately 10 million units for the Samsung Wave. Still reeling off its unveiling during MWC last week, it's already expected to reach new heights for the company – at the same time, it'll go toe-to-toe with other Samsung handsets that are based on other platforms. Expected to see the light of day some time in April for Europe, its official pricing has yet to be made known – but it's rumored to be somewhere around €450 ($610). Supplementing the expected worldwide sales, Samsung is targeting roughly around 1,000 Bada apps that should be available by the end of the year. With a goal on 10 million units, that's a pretty high expectation being given to this handset already – but it's not to say that it's impossible. If Samsung can muster enough demand for the Samsung Wave, its target goal may not be too far fetched considering that it'll be available in over 50 countries by May.

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source: Total Telecom via Unwired View


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