Shortly after announcing that it sold more than 3 million Galaxy Note II phablets, Samsung has also unveiled another milestone: it sold more than 30 million Galaxy S III smartphones worldwide – about five months since its launch (back in May).
Of course, this shouldn’t be a surprise, since 20 million S III units have been sold as of early September.
Until the Galaxy S IV gets to be launched (sometime next year), Samsung will probably sell another 10 million S IIIs. We’ll let you know when (and if) it happens.
Via Samsung Tomorrow
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