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Samsung Galaxy S series hits 100 million sold

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 Jan 2013 20:51 User comments (2)

Samsung Galaxy S series hits 100 million sold Samsung's Galaxy S series, some of the most popular phones in the world, have hit a major milestone.
The company has announced this week that total shipments of the series have reached 100 million. The original Galaxy S launched in March 2010.

While the original had strong sales at the time, its sequels have been the real hits.

The Galaxy S II has shipped 40 million units in 20 months and the new Galaxy S III has reached 40 million shipments in just 7 months. Samsung says the phone is shipping 190,000 units daily.

There are already rumors of the Galaxy S IV, which is expected to launch in March with a quad-core processor, a 5-inch screen and other unknown features.

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2 user comments

117.1.2013 0:35

It was a nice phone. Had some problems with the battery and some freezes but that was fixed in ICS in the S2 for me.

217.1.2013 12:12

I still using ICS on the S-1. Never bothered upgrading my handset cause there wasn't a point too, most apps still run smooth on my phone.

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