Galaxy S22 Ultra outperforms the last four Notes in sales

It is clear that Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 Ultra will be able to do what other S Pen devices have not been able to do before, by breaking new sales records. The S22 Ultra might be one of the most successful Galaxy Note devices in recent years, even though it’s not in the popular brand family.

According to a new report, Samsung could achieve nearly 11 million sales of the Galaxy S22 Ultra in the phone’s first 12 months on the market, surpassing the annual sales of all Galaxy Note models in recent years. (via Weibo )

Sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note flagship phones fell for years before the company decided to pull the plug and move the S Pen to the Ultra variant of the Galaxy S series. This step turned out to be very useful. At least for now.

Galaxy S22 Ultra outperforms the last four versions of the Note . in salesGalaxy S22 Ultra outperforms the last four versions of the Note . in sales

The Galaxy Note 8 recorded nearly 10.3 million annual sales, the Galaxy Note 9 recorded 9.6 million annual sales, while the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 sales exceeded nearly 9.5 and 7.5 million annual sales, respectively.

Now, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has only been on the market for half a year now, and a lot can change until the device is one year old. However, according to estimates, Samsung may end up selling 10.9 million copies of the device throughout its first year in the market.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is the most successful Android smartphone this year, helped a lot by the increased demand left by the demise of the Galaxy Note series last year. Galaxy Note 20 owners looking for a two-year upgrade have also been drawn to the newer Ultra.

Overall, a lot of factors seem to be working in favor of the Ultra 22, and if things continue along this path, the Note series’ spiritual successor could break new sales records in the S Pen category and outperform previous originals.

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