Samsung expects to sell 10 million Galaxy S III units by July

JK Shin – Samsung’s head of communications – has announced the Galaxy S III sales will reach the 10 million milestone by the end of July.

According to earlier reports there were 9 million Galaxy S III pre-orders before the official launch of the smartphone.



It’s yet unclear if those 10 million units are sold or shipped worldwide, but it’s an impressive number either way. The Galaxy S III has been available for just under a month now, with lots of countries and carries still waiting to get it and some unable to fulfill orders due to "overwhelming demand".

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Samsung expects to sell 10 million Galaxy S III units by July - reader comments

  • Andrew Tan

Everything is correct except the camera, it is not equally, S III camera is far far better than S II. I am previous S II owner, so I know. :) Also, for your correction, Jelly Bean is 4.1 | 5.0 is Key Lime Pie.

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  • 2012-06-28 05:26
  • TC%e
  • Andrew Tan

Dual SIM market is too little, it won't boots up the sales. No demand on Dual SIM.

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  • 2012-06-28 05:24
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  • bohannon67

Had my S3 almost 3 weeks now. Absolutely love it, moved up from S1 and the screen on the 3 seemed HUGE at first, now it feels normal and I wonder how I ever got by with a 4" screen. It truly is lightening fast at everything it does, is ligh...

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  • 2012-06-27 19:09
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