Samsung has managed to deliver more than 20 million units of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagship series, according to the market research firm Strategy Analytics. The record result was reached last month.

According to the survey, Samsung delivered an average of 278,100 units each day since the phone arrived on April 21st. For the April-June period, the deliveries were 19.8 million.

After the launch of the phones, there were rumors that sales of S8 and S8+ were disappointing, but Samsung quickly refuted them. In response to this speculation, the South Korean giant said sales were 15% higher than previous years.

The Korean tech giant’s operating profit in the second quarter, at 4.06 trillion won (US$3.6 billion), surpassed the 4-trillion-won threshold for the first time since the second quarter last year thanks partly to the S8’s robust sales, overcoming the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco caused by faulty batteries.

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Samsung is scheduled to take the wraps off its next-generation Galaxy Note smartphone in New York on Aug. 23.

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