Samsung's JK Shin predicts 30 million Galaxy S III sales in 2012
Today may be the iPhone 5 day, but the head of Samsung Mobile – JK Shin - is trying to steal some spotlight too. He spoke about company’s expectation and plans about the the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II.
According to Shin, the Galaxy S III should top 30 million sales before the end of the year. The smartphone reached the 20 million milestone six days ago, so the prediction isn't that hard to believe. All it will take for the target to be achieved is Samsung to sell 10 million Galaxy S III units in the next four months after selling 20 million in the first 100 days of the smartphone's existence.
JK Shin also predicts the company will sell 20 million Note II devices throughout the phablet's life cycle. The Note II debuted at IFA two weeks ago and is expected to launch in October.
Those numbers are quite impressive and show that Samsung has no plans of slowing down its growth any time soon. The world's number one smartphone and cell phone manufacturer is obviously also hoping to soon become the world's leading high-end device maker.
Black Galaxy S III spotted on T-Mobile’s Website check detail http://www.careace.net/2012/08/15/black-galaxy-s -iii-spotted-t-mobiles-website/
- 2012-09-15 06:26
its jus waste of time to even consider having a look at d specs of ip5.. jus not for ppl who r tech savvy.. samsung s2 much better in comparison..
- 2012-09-13 15:12
Let's face it: the iPhone is an over-hyped toy. Talk Samsung and HTC these are the MACHINES
- 2012-09-13 13:36