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Samsung brags on Galaxy S series sales success

Samsung officially announced today that its Galaxy S series of smartphones has passed 100 million units in cumulative sales. The sales figure includes the original Galaxy S, the Galaxy S II, and the Galaxy S III. Samsung also offered details on how each of the smartphones in the series adding to the overall milestone.

The Galaxy S launched in June of 2010 and sold 24 million units globally. Samsung says that 10 million of those units were sold in the first seven months after launch. The Galaxy S II launched in April 2011 and has sold 40 million units globally. Ten million of those units came the first five months after the smartphone launched.

The Galaxy S III launched in May of 2012 and has sold 40 million units globally -- 20 million of those sales came within 100 days of the smartphone's launch.


Samsung Galaxy S III

Source: Samsung



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RE: I dunno...
By txDrum on 1/14/2013 2:44:02 PM , Rating: 2
That's not really true, honestly. I have an 8X, and I've found a more than adequate app (often third party) for everything I need. Youtube, Pandora, Google maps, Skype, facebook, etc. I haven't been missing a single thing except for Twitch TV, which isn't even very optimized on Android.

There are less games compared to my last phone (Android), but Wordament is really good, and cross platform.


RE: I dunno...
By Mitch101 on 1/14/2013 6:00:48 PM , Rating: 2
I love the if you don't have 600,000 apps you must be missing out on something. Windows Phone has 150,000+ apps and growing. How many variations of flashlight and fart apps does one really need?

Windows Phone is getting the last few top apps that were missing. Its pretty much down to the OS ability and supporting eco system that differentiate a Windows Phone from an Android since they are practically on the same hardware. There have been enough Windows Phone sales that every top developer should be on board with thier app if not its an opportunity for someone else to claim their top spot in a new and growing eco system.

Since I haven't ever had to reboot my Windows Phone in the near 2 years Ive owned it and its been a solid experience I'm sticking with Windows Phone. Its still snappy and responsive. I just want a camera upgrade but Ill take a dual or even quad core by the time my contract is up for renewal soon enough. Most likely whatever is going to be the replacement to the Nokia 920.


RE: I dunno...
By rob19478 on 1/15/2013 9:44:06 AM , Rating: 2
problem is that in some countries you cannot buy from the market for instance my country malta is excluded and i can only install free software, this is not an issue on either android or itunes. Overall Im still satisfied with my lumia 710 running wp7.8 since the interface is gorgeous, and the essential apps like browser/office/cammera/multimedia are builtin


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