Samsung Sold 10 Million Galaxy S Smartphones

Leading electronics major and smartphone maker Samsung today said that it had sold 10 million units of its flagship android based smartphone, Galaxy S, since its global launch in June last year.

Samsung said it has shipped its Galaxy S smartphones to various countries, including 4 million units to North America, 2.5 million units to Europe.

The world’s second largest maker of cellphones by shipments after Nokia sold 2 million Galaxy S devices in the domestic market.The South Korean company expects to double sales of smartphones this year as it tries to narrow the gap with mobile handset leader Nokia and Apple.

Apple sold 14.1 million iPhones in the quarter ended in September. Its latest model, the iPhone 4, was also introduced in June.

Samsung is using Google Inc.’s Android operating system in Galaxy S, and it is the company’s most successful smartphone device till date.

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January 11, 2011 4:55 pm 4:55 PM

I’ve checked with Univercell Store today, they said Samsung has stopped production of this phone and they don’t have the stock. And also I made calls to Big C, Mobile Store and some local shops inquiring about this phone. Nobody got this phone in stock 🙁

January 4, 2011 12:02 pm 12:02 PM

I bought nokia last in 2005 and then stoped purchasing i switched to SE and samsung. And i am happy now nokia is good for nothing it cums wid same boring slow symbian. Android is way ahead than symbian.

January 4, 2011 8:53 am 8:53 AM

i can say that NOKIA phones are always user friendly………… all NOKIA phones have almost same features with new additions………….