Analysts, investors and members of the peanut gallery still criticize the number of units sold as a fail when it comes to AppleWatch.
There is one group, however that believes the AppleWatch is a huge success.
Samsung Galaxy gear achieved moderate success in a very moderate way upon its initial release quarter. Shipping about 500,000 units in its inaugural quarter, Samsung proclaimed that metric a huge success.
AppleWatch in contrast, sold about 4.2 million devices. Apple proclaimed that sales had met expectations, but the naysayers and the anti-Apple rank-and-file labeled the Apple Watch launch a failure. That the user interface looked like a child’s toy.
Samsung is on the cusp of launching the Galaxy Gear Same-Too. And make no mistake. They believe that the AppleWatch is a huge success:
I am quite intrigued with their flip-flop on the bezel shape. And I am very optimistic that their design emulation group will ensure that applications and user interface guidelines will find a way to take full advantage of a corner-less environment.
Especially for these applications: