Enregistrements du premier jour du Galaxy S10 automne timides des prédécesseurs

Enregistrements du premier jour du Galaxy S10 automne timides des prédécesseurs

Galaxy S10’s first-day registrations fall shy of predecessors

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  1. Apple X series was also down. The market is changing and people are just not jumping on the latest and greatest anymore, especially at these prices.

    I think it’s fair to say until 5G or foldable devices the smartphone market has peaked.

  2. Hopefully there will be some good deals on the s10 after they miss all their sales targets. My s7 is starting to get cranky and I wouldn’t mind an upgrade, but not at that price. All these buy one get one (with a new line) deals are useless to me.

  3. ~1.5 years ago when I bought the S8+, I said to myself I’ll get the S10 (about 2 years down the road). 2 years seemed like a decent turn around time for upgrading a device. This was even when I spent about $1300 CAD for my phone which I considered fair since I use my phone a lot every single day.

    Fast forward to present day, even with a slightly cracked screen… yeah forget it, my current phone works perfectly fine. Not going to shell out big money for a mild upgrade.

  4. The number of Samsung Electronics Co.’s Galaxy S10s that South Korean users have signed up for at local mobile carriers came to 140,000 units on the first day of registration, industry data showed Tuesday.

    The number of Galaxy S10’s first-day registration falls below that of the Galaxy S9’s 180,000 units released in March 2018 and the Galaxy Note 9’s 200,000 units launched in August, they noted.

    The registration started four days in advance of the flagship smartphone’s official launch of three variants — Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10 .

    As Samsung plans to launch Galaxy S10’s 5G model later this month and release its first foldable device supporting 5G networks in mid-May in the local market, consumers are seen to be taking a wait-and-see approach for the new flagship smartphone, industry officials said.

  5. Maybe lower down your damn prices.

    Phones can last a lot longer these days. There’s no major incentive to shell out $1000 for a phone that’s barely a big upgrade.

  6. Even the « budget » S10e was $30 more expensive than the S9 last year, and the S10 was $180 more expensive than the S9, what do they expect? Especially because the S9 gets One UI and all the camera software improvements like AI scene optimizer, which means even less people will be incentivized to upgrade.

  7. After playing with the S10 and S10 Plus at Best Buy, I decided that for the price and specs I wanted (512GB storage, 8GB RAM, 4000mAh battery) the price premium and hole punch/pill just weren’t worth it. I ended up going from an S7Edge to a nearly new Note 9 off eBay, with some great accessories, for the price of the S10e.

  8. Because its so godamn expensive, I seen the total price and was like nope fuck that I’ll stick with my Redmi Note 5 Pro for another year.

    I only use plans like straight talk because I hate contract phone plans because ive been screwed over way too many times before on the, and besides I get 10GB of 4G LTE for $45 a month, I dont even think any contract plan comes close to what Straight Talk offers.

  9. Honestly, I think it’s just because the S8/S8+ and S9/S9+ were such good phones that few people feel the *need* to upgrade.

    I’m still rocking an S8+, getting great battery life and with a fantastic display and I look at the S10+ and think « meh ».

  10. Good, glad this is happening. OEM’s like Samsung & Apple NEEDS to realize that putting a phone for $1K to $2K for a phone (Taxes and Fees) is unacceptable to many common folks and even though the majority of people who get these phones only get them through payment plans. It’s far too much.

  11. Another reason besides the price tag (which we all have come to expect) is that there is simply no reason for people to upgrade that often anymore. Even Apple took a direct hit of iPhone sales slowing down because people are still holding onto their iPhone X.

    The S10, as much as people regard it as game-changing, is priced about as competitively as the iPhone XS and brings only incremental updates over the S9 and Note 9 in the eyes of the end users.

  12. I still haven’t bit the bullet but am tempted to upgrade. I have a Pixel 2xl currently, but really want wireless charging and a slightly smaller footprint. With a case my phone is nearly unwieldy. S10 seems like a good sweet spot, just not sure if One UI and less consistent updates is worth it.

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