Samsung Galaxy S series shipments surpass 100 million
It's no secret that Samsung's Galaxy S series of smartphones has been a game changer, for the company as well as for Android smartphones in general. Now the series has reached a new landmark, with the total worldwide shipments exceeding 100 million units since the first Galaxy S device shipped two and a half years ago.
The Galaxy S III has been the biggest and fastest contributor so far, with 40 million shipments coming in the first seven months after launch and currently shipping close to 190,000 units every day. The venerable Galaxy S II, which has been around for almost two years now, has managed to ship 40 million units in 20 months.
With people now eagerly looking forward to the next flagship in the series, we don't see the popularity of the Galaxy S brand waning any time soon.
- s3 user
Oh please, don't give me that, Yes i do use it, that feature comes in soo handy when listening to youtube and browsing the net. If you aint got it, then oh well unlucky. S3 FTW
- 2013-01-20 13:28
Wow! Playing 2 videos besides each other makes him productive, wow the video was covered by the keyboard when he wanted to write something, wow very useful. Who are you kidding, at least someone else has agreed that you don't really need that feature...
- 2013-01-16 07:55
My fried, the intent here is not to convince someone why you don't need it. The intent here is to understand what you can do if you ever need it. Frankly i do use it quite often when i have to communicate with my friends (watsapp, message etc) while ...
- 2013-01-15 20:50