OnePlus 7 Pro kills the Galaxy S10 Plus sales in China

Samsung‘s smartphone business has been on the decline in China. The local OEMs are offering premium smartphones at affordable prices. OnePlus isn’t helping the Korean giant’s plight in the Chinese market. With its latest OnePlus 7 Pro flagship, the company has taken a giant leap ahead of Samsung. The OnePlus 7 Pro sales have literally crippled that of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S10+ going by data from one of China’s biggest retailer Jingdong (JD.com).

We didn’t verify the data independently as it was shared by popular tipster @Universelce on Twitter who claims the sales is ten times that of the Galaxy S10+. He disclosed also that the 90Hz 2K AMOLED display is the most potent weapon which the OP7 Pro has over the Galaxy S10+.

The information is consistent with earlier official disclosure by Jingdong which termed the OnePlus 7 Pro as the ‘best selling product on the whole platform.’ When it went on its first sale, it garnered huge sales within few minutes in China and went out of stock in a short while. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau later hinted that the company was redistributing the supply of other regions to meet the demand in China. Apparently, sales have not slowed down since then, despite a handful of fans still undecided and waiting to see what the Redmi K20 Pro will offer. DO you think, the Redmi K20 Pro will a real challenger to the OnePlus 7 Pro? Let us in on your thoughts in the comment section.