September 6, 2012 7:08 am
Samsung’s Galaxy S III is popular and probably very profitable. The flagship Android has blown right past any previous sales records they recorded. At last count, in August, just after two months of sales and 50 days on the market the Galaxy S III hit 10 million units sold. Now with 100 days under their belt Samsung has proudly announced that the Samsung Galaxy S III has surpassed the 20 million global sales milestone – which represents approximately 200,000 per day.
The Galaxy S III is widely available in Canada via every possible carrier (Rogers, Bell, TELUS, WIND, Mobilicity, SaskTel, Videotron and Virgin). As for specific country numbers, Samsung states that GS III sales in Europe lead the way with 6 million units, followed by Asia with 4.5 million, then North America with 4 million (no word on Canadian stats), and South Korea hit 2.5 million units sold.