Samsung has been having a heck of a run lately. Nearly all the Galaxy phones of the company are flying through the shelves, and it’s recently released Galaxy S III, which costs more than $800 in some regions of the world, is no exception to this. Now, it looks like the Galaxy S III has already crossed the 10 million sales figure in just under 2 months of its release and initial availability.
Samsung’s head of mobile, J.K. Shin said that “It appears that it (accumulated sales) has exceeded 10 million units.” It is not yet confirmed as to Shin was referring to the number of units sold or the units shipped here. Nevertheless, the 10 million figure is still nothing short of amazing. Samsung expects the Galaxy S3 to cross the 20 million sales mark by the end of this fall.
The Galaxy S III started hitting the retail stores around the world sometime in late May, and was available on all the four major carriers in the United States by July. With its unique combination of an ugly design, an uglier UI, a sleek body, powerful internals, a decent camera and sound quality, the Galaxy S III sure is an all-round performer.
Via – MobileBurn