Korean publications citing analytical firm Kiwoom Securities report that Samsung is disappointed with the sales of the Galaxy S21 generation. The early expectations were that the series will be a hit, but that didn’t pan out.
In the first six months of availability, the S21 models have sold a total of 13.5 million units. That is 20% below what the Galaxy S20 generation managed in the same time frame and a whopping 47% less than the S10 generation.
Here’s a chart from Counterpoint Research, which shows the month-by-month sales of Galaxy S series going back to the S5: