Samsung: 10 Million Galaxy S Devices Sold In 2010
Impressive news has come out of Samsung Headquarters today, as the giant electronics company announced a very impressive feat involving its mobile department. Its popular and global Galaxy S Android smartphone lineup sold over 10 million times in 2010. Considering about two weeks ago, the Galaxy S lineup was sitting at 9.3 million units sold, many assumed Samsung’s lofty goal of 10 million units sold by the end of 2010 a near impossible task. However, sales, spurred by Holiday spending, managed to exceed the necessary 700,000 and made Samsung proud.
As the clock struck midnight on January 1, 2011, Samsung Execs could sit back knowing their highly anticipated lineup of Galaxy S devices across the world truly met the needs of the average consumer. In the United States alone, the Galaxy S was available on the top four carriers and in practically every market; as a result, it accounted for four million sales. Europe saw 2.5 million sales of the Galaxy S, while Asia had sold the device two million times.
With all the promising news surrounding the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S devices, Samsung has good reason to believe 2011 could even be better than 2010.
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