It looks like the Galaxy S6 Edge has been a huge hit amongst its targeted users. Bloomberg reports that Samsung has opened a third factory just to produce enough curved Galaxy S6 edge displays to meet the heavy demand.
Furthermore, the report claims that the new factory will allow Samsung to more than double the monthly output of Galaxy S6 Edge displays from 2 million per month to 5 million screens per month.
The report went on to say that Samsung now has three plants dedicated to building OLED displays for the Galaxy S6 Edge, which itself shows the product's popularity across the world.
Just a week back, a report published in South Korea's Yonhap News had claimed that Samsung managed to sold 200,000 Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge units in its native market. Looks like the estimated figures were wrong, apparently.
The main reason for the Galaxy S6 Edge being the preference for some consumers could be due to its curved screen, with a powerful rear camera being the second most important perk which made users flock towards the much-hyped handset.
Samsung expects to sell as many as 70 million units of its Galaxy S6 this year.
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