Samsung to Hit 2 Million Galaxy Sale by Next WeekBy Dipankar Das, Gaea News Network
Saturday, September 18, 2010
At the end of August, Samsung announced that they had sold over 1 million Galaxy S devices in the US. Further, the company predicted that it will hit 2 million mark by the end of the next week. Samsung has been able to achieve this because it released six Galaxy S Android phones for the top six U.S. carriers. AT & T and T Mobile are the first one that got Android based Galaxy with the AT & T Captivate and T-Mobile Vibrant.
Shortly after the Epic 4G was added to Sprint’s lineup. It got some nice features like QWERTY keyboard, faster mobile data speeds and a flash for the camera. The Verizon Fascinate was the last major one that went out on sale. One of the beauty of Samsung is that it has beautiful Super AMOLED screen which can be found on all the Galaxy S Android phones. These things are nice looking and are exclusive to Samsung for right now.
The company said it expects to sell 5 million Galaxy S Android phones in the United States by the end of the year. It also plans to sell 25 million smartphones globally by the end of the year and it wants to double the number for 2011.