samsung is a hell of a company. iphone 5 specs still lags behind S III
Wow! 20 million announcement during Nokia launch, now JK Shin himself announcing 30 million right before iPhone launch. Nervous much?
Please review the Sony Xperia Tipo as soon as possible because I need to buy one soon.
I'm just waiting on that One X+/Era, Note 2 and whatever Jolla has.
samsung rocks... my friends and colleagues switched from iphone to sgs3... its not hard to reach the 30m mark by the end of the year...
Adam456, 12 Sep 2012Well, not trying to troll here but Samsung being king for the last 3 months is over and they w... moreWell of course the iphone 5 will sell more than the S3 because it's only ONE iphone while the S3 is just one of many other high-end android phones like the one X,razr HD,galaxy nexus,optimus 4x,xperia T etc.
One cant help but admire Samsung. They win regardless, as a component manufacture it can use what ever os the market wants. I am inclined to think they will bring out a WP8 Note II look a like, which for example I am far more interested in than just the Note II on Android. In fact both intuition and market nature lends you to believe such a device would blow the Note II out of the water, so come on Samsung, just build it before someone else does.
so there are 30 million pe0ple that will experience having a cheap design ph0ne... Thats tereble
so many people ch0ose a rem0te c0ntrol build quality and a pentile screen. So pathethic....
I'm in Toronto... and everywhere I go I see someone with a Galaxy S3...
Well, not trying to troll here but Samsung being king for the last 3 months is over and they will struggle to get close to 30 millions. The iPhone 5 will eclipse that in one month on its way to sell 250 millions as most analysts predicts. Here comes the iPhone 5........!
very correct predictions, and iPhone 5 will sell only 5 million by year ending - Steve jobs (from the grave)
gattaga, 12 Sep 2012Remove Touchwiz, and see the number reach 30M..spot on man! Right!!!!!!
These predictions are pretty realistic. Some execs like to be over optimistic and throw some crazy numbers. The ones here look close to the real deal.