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LG already sold 100,000 G3's in their first five days, in South Korea

A few days back, we had reported you on the domination sales of LG's new 2014 flagship handset in their homeland. The company has basically flattened it's rival and the biggest Android smartphone competitor from the market, Samsung's Galaxy S5, which also ships from South Korea.

Well folks, while we are waiting for the handset's launch here in Saudi Arabia and other parts of the world, where LG's new G3 is currently only available in South Korea, this consumer manufacturing giant has reportedly sold about 100,000 units in their native market, that too in just five days after it's launch in the country. From the beginning itself, the firm has kept their momentum, retailing about 20,000 to 30,000 devices a day, where Samsung was only able to catch eyes of 7000 to 8000 customers in 24 hours. The reports also read that, LG is selling their new forerunner smartphone twice faster than their predecessor, LG G2, that was being sold around 10,000 handsets at an average day sale, back in August, 2013.

Okay Samsung, Apple, HTC or any other manufacturer's fans, we are not claiming this to be the best sale we have ever witnessed till date, where Apple 'wowed' us with their 9 Million mark business in the first weekend, but this is definitely the fastest for an homeland business and LG is setting up a serious challenge to other bellwether devices in the market.