Samsung marks 1.5 million sales of Galaxy Jump series smartphone in South Korea

Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy Jump 3 series in South Korea. It is the same device that was launched in another market with the brand name Galaxy M44 5G. After the release of this device, the company was successful in selling 1.5 million units of the series in South Korea only. The reason behind its success lies in the balanced specifications.

According to the information, the latest device in the series, the Galaxy Jump 3, has booked over 50000 units, while the predecessor has crossed about a million sales, which was also quite popular with its high-performance and quality camera modules. It is worth noticing that these devices were launched under a partnership between Samsung and South Korean cellular carrier KT. On account of crossing the milestone, the managing director of KT’s device business division has said, “We will continue to make efforts to provide smartphones and services that customers want at a reasonable price.

The Galaxy Jump 3 is an all-round midrange smartphone.

Samsung has always introduced its value-for-money smartphones under its two affordable lineups, including the Galaxy M and Galaxy F series devices. The Galaxy Jump 3 is also the one that is packed with all the balanced specification features, such as being equipped with a triple camera setup including 50 MP+ 2 MP+ 2 MP cameras, and for selfies, it comes with a 13 MP camera, a long battery life with a 5000 mAh battery, and many more. The device is perfect for gaming and other performance-based tasks.