The sell-through of smartphones in the US — the proportion of wholesale units that are eventually sold at retail — fell by 25% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2020, the technology research firm Counterpoint Research says.
A survey of Australian consumers suggests that Samsung will face a tough time in selling its new Galaxy S10 smartphones, all of which are priced well above $1000.
Both Telstra and Optus have announced they will be providing their customers with the new Samsung Galaxy models released overnight, with Telstra claiming to have struck an exclusive deal with the South Korean phone-maker that would ensure its customers get their hands on the 5G device first.
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