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Here’s why Samsung shipped fewer Galaxy S21 phones in 2021

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Shipments of the Samsung Galaxy S series have been on the wane since 2020. Is the pandemic alone responsible for this?
Even though Samsung’s Galaxy A series devices form a large chunk of Samsung’s yearly sales, the company attaches great importance to the shipment figures of its flagship Galaxy S lineup. However, the last two years weren’t great for the Galaxy S series, according to a report by Korean publication The Elec. Samsung shipped only 20 million to 25 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S21 devices in 2021, the report says. This is roughly the same number that its predecessor — the Samsung Galaxy S20 series — managed to achieve in 2020. While shipping over 20 million smartphones is an impressive feat, things look less spectacular when you realize that Samsung used to ship anywhere between 35 million to 40 million Galaxy S smartphones before the pandemic hit. This essentially means Samsung’s Galaxy S shipments were down by over 10 million units for the past two years.

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