Samsung Galaxy S Phones Cross 3M Sales in the US

November 10, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has crossed the 3 million mark for its Galaxy S phones’ sale in the US market. The numbers are indeed interesting when recalling that Samsung reached this figure in just a couple of months since it launched the first Galaxy S device in the middle of this year.

The new figure came out at the launching ceremony of the new Galaxy S device, the Samsung Continuum.

Interestingly, it was barely a month before that the company claimed selling 5 million Galaxy S phones around the world, 2 million of which went to the US market alone. That means they took barely 30 days to sell a million more Galaxy S devices to the US customers.

Galaxy S devices seem to have caught the attention of the smartphone lovers worldwide. In Korea, the company’s other major target market, the 1 million mark was achieved a month ago. With sales figures skyrocketing, Samsung is expecting it can sell approximately 25 million smartphones in 2010 itself.

To enhance the pace of this shooting up sales figures, Samsung has also introduced its Continuum into the market. Continuum is an Android based smartphone and comes with dual display. Apart from the usual major display, it has a separate ticker for displaying updates. It will be available on Verizon from November 11th onwards.

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