Pre-orders reportedly up 250 percent compared to GS6.

Analysts have revealed they believe Samsung's latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, are selling extremely well in China, Europe and India. According to reports from the Korean press, sales of the two new handsets are actually surpassing expectations. It's also stated that combined pre-orders in Europe have shown a 250% increase compared to the Galaxy S6.

The report suggests new GS7 features like removable storage and waterproofing could be behind the bump in sales.

What's more, it's reported that GS7 pre-orders in China broke through the 10 million mark. Samsung has been struggling to penetrate the Chinese market amidst strong competition from local vendors.

Unfortunately, while analysts can estimate how many units Samsung have sold, the company itself hasn't yet shared exact figures.

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