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Samsung preparing to move 10 million Galaxy S IV units each month after release

Later this year, Samsung will announce and release the Galaxy S IV, and this will, almost without a doubt, be the most successful Android smartphone of the year. However, until that happens, we're stuck here in the present, going through whatever bits of unofficial info we can find, desperately trying to somehow come up with a fuller picture about the GS IV.

One such interesting bit we learned today is that according to a South Korean publication called Money Today, Samsung has plans to sell about 10 million Galaxy S IV units in each month following the release. It's not specified for how many months this is going to continue, though. Money Today claims it has obtained information that Samsung has ordered its subcontractors to produce about 10 million GS IV components each month. Whether that is all true remains to be seen. Still, such kind of insane sales would mean that the Galaxy S IV will quickly become the top Android smartphone ever. Both the Galaxy S III and Galaxy S II have sold in about 40 million units until now, though we expect demand for the GS III to remain strong in the near future.

Money Today has revealed some other interesting bits. For example, it claims that Samsung will try to sell over 500 million phones this year, while its tabled line-up is said to get highly diversified with 7-, 8-, 10-, 12- and even 14-inch models.

source: MoneyToday (translated) via AndroidAuthority

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