Samsung fans were fairly excited when the new Samsung Galaxy S20 range launched last month. Now, the difficult conditions in the global market mean the S20 might fail to out-sell its predecessor, the Galaxy S10. 

The coronavirus outbreak has put the breaks on the industry, with issues appearing on both the supply and demand sides of Samsung’s plans. With an increasing amount of people globally working from home, self-isolating and retail outlets being forced to close, phone upgrades and purchases have – completely understandably – slid down most people’s list of priorities.

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Last year, both the S10 and the S10 Plus sold very well. The Korean tech giant was no doubt hoping to produce similar figures with the S20, but unpredictable market conditions,…

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