The Galaxy S23 series is whipping the S22 range in several key markets

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  • Samsung reports Galaxy S23 sales outpacing Galaxy S22 lineup in multiple markets.
  • The Galaxy S23 Ultra accounted for 60% of S23 models sold globally.
  • There is no word yet on US sales performance.

Samsung reports higher Galaxy S23 series sales than last year’s flagships in several key markets around the world, according to Yonhap News.

To start with, the Korean brand claims that the sales of the Galaxy S23 family are 1.7 times higher than the Galaxy S22 series in major Latin American countries such as Brazil and Mexico.

Sales of the Galaxy S23 series were 1.5 times higher than the 2022 flagships in Europe and the Middle East, Samsung added. Finally, Samsung reported that Galaxy S23 sales in India were 1.4 times higher than the S22 lineup.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra leads the pack

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra S Pen on table

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Samsung also noted that it has already passed 1 million units sold in Korea, although sales performance in its home market was similar to last year’s phones. The company did not disclose its sales performance in the United States.

The Korean brand also claimed that the Galaxy S23 Ultra was the most popular model in the world, accounting for 60% of sales. In comparison, the S23 and S23 Plus were 20% each. Samsung previously said it expected the S23 Ultra to account for more than 50% of total S23 series sales.

In other words, it certainly looks like the Galaxy S23 series is a bigger commercial success than the S22 series. But we would need sales data from other countries and longer-term sales data to determine if this is indeed the case.

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