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Korean Tech Giant sold 100 Million Galaxy S devices

2013 January 14

The Korean Tech giant, Samsung, said last Monday that their global sales of their Galaxy S surpassed 100 Million units sold since their first model (Galaxy S) in the series came out almost three years ago. 

Samsung said that they’ve sold more than 25 Million Galaxy S, 40 Million Galaxy S2, and about 41 Million units of their latest flagship the Galaxy S3.

Back in May of 2010, the Korean tech giant released their first Galaxy S model. This is their way to cope up with Apple, who was then reshaping the smartphone market with their iPhone. As we all know it, Samsung was too quick to narrow down the gap with other and bigger smartphone makers.

It was Research Firm HIS iSuppli who said last December that Samsung has beaten Nokia in the mobile phone sales and Apple in the smartphone sales last year.

It was also reported that Apple’s iPhone sales already hit the 100 Million mark back in March of 2011. This is nearly four years after the first iPhone came into the market back in 2007.

Now, analysts are expecting the Korean Tech Giant to announce their fourth sequel of the Galaxy S (the Samsung Galaxy S4) before this summer. Many of them are expecting Samsung to tell the world about their up and coming flagship this February, during the MWC 2013 or the Mobile World Congress 2013.

Many are also expecting the Cupertino Firm to come out with the sequel to their latest jewel the iPhone 5. For now, we are hearing of a cheaper and smaller iPhone version from Apple. However, the company said that this is not going to happen. There will be no cheaper iPhone for us.

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