Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was launched four weeks ago and the flagship is rising faster through the charts. According to statistics by ad network Appbrain, the price did not afraid the customers. The phone already described for 1% of Android in several key markets.
The Note 8 has a 1.7% market share and ranks the 17th most popular phone in the South Korea. The sales in Australia started a week later than the rest of the world. The phone boasts 1% share in less than a month of sales in Australia and United States.
The Galaxy Note 3 has whooped 4.6% share in South Korea just below the Note 4. Comparing or looking through the charts, we can’t help instead impressed by the staying power of Galaxy Note 3. Adoption in Canada is also slow, Europe has starved of Notes for longer than those regions, since the S6 edge+ took the place of the Note 5.
We can compare Galaxy S8 and S8+, they combined have 5-6% share after six months coming in the market. In Europe, the consumption is slower, the Galaxy Note8 still hovers under 1% market share, despite launching concurrently with the US and Korea. Hence, Note 8 occupied 1% share in the market of Android phones.
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