Samsung is selling the Galaxy S5 in 125 countries and it’s currently available at 11 carriers in Canada. The company has been shy on producing numbers and when they do they usually come out with a fancy infographic to show its success over previous flagship devices. A few weeks back, Yoon Han-kil, SVP of Samsung’s product strategy team, said the GS5 “is selling faster than the S4 so far, though it’s difficult to share specific numbers as we’re still at early stages… S5 sales should be much better than the S4.”
A new report from Korea’s Hankyung suggests that Samsung has shipped 10 million Galaxy S5 devices in a record 25 days, which outperforms the GS4 by a couple of days. Of course, Samsung has yet to announce their numbers and shipped versus sold is a completely different number. A earlier estimation pegged Samsung selling 55 million Galaxy S5 units by the end of the second quarter.
Samsung recently replaced its head of mobile design over the Galaxy S5’s lack of innovation. Samsung stated this “realignment” of promoting Min-hyouk Lee to Head of Design will allow the company to focus on a “long-term design strategy.”