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Galaxy S III reaches 10 million units sold

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Jul 2012 19:09 User comments (2)

Galaxy S III reaches 10 million units sold According to a Samsung Electronics exec, brisk sales of the Galaxy S III have reached 10 million since launch in late May in Europe and in late June, early July in the U.S.
Shin Jong-kyun, the president of Samsung's information technology and mobile communication division, made the announcement to reporters earlier this weekend.

The exec would only say 10 million units were sold, without giving an exact number.

At its current pace, the Galaxy S III is killing its predecessor, the S II, which took over 5 months to reach the same milestone.

Sales are expected to remain strong, and Samsung will introduce a 64GB model later this year.

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2 user comments

122.7.2012 20:31

Not surprised........almost just got one myself but rather than paying 630 bucks, I decided on my new HTC Amaze 4G for 350. Blows that Samsung out the water.

223.7.2012 1:19

Originally posted by hearme0:
Not surprised........almost just got one myself but rather than paying 630 bucks, I decided on my new HTC Amaze 4G for 350. Blows that Samsung out the water.
The HTC One X is on par with the S III. No way your phone tops the Samsung.

I want one just to get better battery life than my HTC thunderbolt.

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