A recent report has suggested that Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S9 and S9+, haven’t done as well as its predecessor. The report claims that the handset^( , taking longer than expected. It’s hard to pinpoint the reason why, but whatever the reason was, LG doesn’t seem to have that issue.
According to a report from Korean publication^( , it seems that the ^( has actually surpassed the ^( in pre-orders, at least as far as the South Korean market is concerned. The report claims that pre-orders for the handset has managed to hit 70,000 units versus 40,000 of the LG G6 last year, indicating that the LG G7’s pre-orders are nearly double that of its predecessor.
No doubt this is great news for LG, although whether or not they’ll manage to hit a million units sold remains to be seen, but it does seem like a great start. It is unclear as to why the LG G7 is a bigger hit than its predecessor, but we’re thinking that the full screen design might have played a role in that, along with its updated hardware specs.
In the meantime carriers in the US^( for the LG G7 so it will be interesting to see if the phone is just as well-received in the US as South Korea.
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