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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 rob19478 on 1/15/2013 9:38:46 AM , Rating: 2
suggestion you might also want to look at windows phones they have a very pretty interface and is fun to use, maybe you will like them. Overall both WP7.8/8 and Android devices are excellent devices

RE: I dunno...
By retrospooty on 1/15/2013 9:51:45 AM , Rating: 2
I like what I see, and have been waiting to try WP8. We have almost 500 users here and do a "pick your own smartphone" policy as we phase out the Blackberry server (only like a dozen people left on that rediculous thing). Anyhow, as long as it support EAS (which all modern smartphones except Blackberries do) they can pick what they want. We get roughly 50/50 iPhone and Android. as we set them up and send them out we get to play with whatever people buy. So far, not a single WP8 user. So I have seen demo's online and read reviews, but I really want to touch one and use it for myself for a bit before I make a call on it. Still waiting. Damn.

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