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Samsung Galaxy Mobiles In Australia: Reviews, Price & Updates

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Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge
Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge

AUD 196
Samsung Galaxy A5 2017
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)

AUD 630
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)
Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)

AUD 168
Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro
Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro

AUD 560
Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime
Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime

AUD 182
Samsung Galaxy J1 mini prime
Samsung Galaxy J1 mini prime

AUD 140
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro

AUD 756
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Blue
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Blue

AUD 1,022
Samsung Galaxy On nxt
Samsung Galaxy On nxt

AUD 350
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus image
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus

AUD 210
Samsung Galaxy On8
Samsung Galaxy On8

AUD 308
Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime
Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime

AUD 322
Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2016)
Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2016)

AUD 672
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2
Samsung Galaxy Folder 2

AUD 350
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017)
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017)

AUD 490
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)

AUD 770
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
Samsung J7 Prime

AUD 350
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime 2016 image
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime 2016

AUD 210
Samsung Galaxy C9
Samsung Galaxy C9

AUD 630
Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016)
Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016)

AUD 224
Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2016)
Samsung J2 Pro (2016)

AUD 210
Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro
Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro

AUD 196
Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro
Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro

AUD 196
Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro
Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro

AUD 210
Samsung Galaxy J Max
Samsung Galaxy J Max

AUD 280
Samsung Galaxy S7 active
Samsung Galaxy S7 active

AUD 1,050
Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016)
Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016)

AUD 210
Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro
Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro

AUD 224
Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016)
Samsung Galaxy J2 (2016)

AUD 210
Samsung Galaxy C7
Samsung Galaxy C7

AUD 532
Samsung Galaxy C5
Samsung Galaxy C5

AUD 448
Samsung Express Prime
Samsung Galaxy Express Prime

AUD 168
Samsung Galaxy S7 CDMA
Samsung Galaxy S7 CDMA

AUD 910
Samsung Galaxy S7 EDGE CDMA
Samsung Galaxy S7 EDGE CDMA

AUD 980
Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro
Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro

AUD 686
Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini 2016
Samsung Galaxy J1 Mini 2016

AUD 140
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Samsung has remained one of the most competitive and literally the only rival to iPhone in Australian smartphone industry. The Korean based smartphone manufacturer has ousted iPhones in many Asian and African countries, however, it still had to reclaim its dominance in Australian market.

A broaden look at Australian consumer preference for smartphones reveals that currently Android based smartphones are leading the market with 50% claim, while iOS is at second spot with 44% market shares, Windows mobiles remain disappointing with around 6% shares.

Among the Android based smartphones, Samsung leads the market with Huawei claiming the second spot in Android systems and third spot overall. Overall, the sluggish economic conditions resulted in drop of total sales volume for smartphones in Australia last year. It means that Australian consumers bought almost 1 million less smartphones in 2015, as compared to 2014. This also hit Samsung’s smartphone sales in the country where its overall market shares drop from 34% to 33%.

Despite slow down sales for Samsung mobiles in 2015, experts predict that the company will recover its lost grounds in 2016 as they designate 2015 as slow odd year. The recent launches of Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 7 are all set to reclaim lost territories for Samsung mobiles in Australian smartphone market.

2016, is set for a fierce competition among smartphone brands in the country as iPhone will be competing Samsung for market dominance. Latest releases of S7, S7 Edge and Note 7 has already seen surge in sales and it is expected to grow in coming years. Experts predict strong sales especially for Galaxy S7, as they describe the smartphone a powerful, robust platform packed with high-end features and upgradable memory option. Though the phone is priced higher than many smartphones – but then the flagship Samsung product comprise of some high-end features that you wouldn’t find in many mobiles.

Australian customers are quite loyal when it comes to smartphones and this will in turn help Samsung to gain grounds. This means that users of earlier versions of Galaxy are expected to switch to Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge – further establishing the authority of Samsung in market. The addition of smart gears with mobiles have also attracted many consumers to opt for Samsung mobiles for others. Inclusion of Virtual reality headset with mobiles have already started giving dividends to the company. Smart gears might haven’t reach their peak, but they have certainly started to captivate user attentions in past few years and this is only to grow in coming years.

Overall, Samsung has remained a strong player in Australian smartphone industry. Given the strong reputation and backing of established market, the company is all set to claim its dominance in the country. However, Samsung would need a lot more innovation and novelty in order to claim its dominance in a market that has traditionally been dominated by iPhone over the years. 




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