Monday, January 14, 2013

Samsung’s sales of Galaxy S models surpass 100-million unites

The South Korean company, Samsung, is continuously doing well in the smartphone market. Because of their growth of sales, they have become one of the tough competitors for Apple’s iPhone. Their global sales of smartphone are increasing day by day.
Recently research firm, IHS iSuppli, has revealed a sales report in which it has been shown that Samsung Electronics Co. has surpassed 100 million units of its Galaxy S models in March 2011, less than four years after introducing the phone in 2007.
So far Samsung has released three sets of its particular model- Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III which are reportedly to be sold more than 25 million, 40 million and 41 million respectively.
The first model in the series came to the market less than three years ago. The first Galaxy S model was launched at the end of May 2010 to hold a share in the smartphone market.
They did not take long time to narrow the gap between them and the bigger smartphone makers. In terms of cell phone sales, they beat Nokia last month and Apple in smartphone sales last year.
According to analysts, Samsung is supposed to announce the fourth version of the Galaxy S smartphone before this summer.