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Samsung Ramp Up On S8+ Production

After a strongly positive reaction to their unveiling of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ a few weeks ago, Samsung is now said to be modifying its initial production run of the devices to cater to greater-than-expected demand of the larger model.

Reports out of The Investor cite anonymous sources and say “Samsung has increased the production ratio of the Galaxy S8+ to 45 percent of total output from the previous 40 percent from mid-March.”

The report added the Korean tech giant is also likely to adjust, possibly increase, the production ratio further before the phone goes on sale later this month.

Previous reports have indicated that Samsung’s initial order of the device will total 20 million units.

The Galaxy S8 arrives in Australian retailers and carriers from the 28th of April with an RRP of $1199 while the Galaxy S8+ will have a RRP of $1349.

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