With 1 million already purchased, Samsung says it will sell 10 million Galaxy S units

With 1 million already purchased, Samsung says it will sell 10 million Galaxy S units
With HTC, Motorola and Apple all battling for cellphone supremacy, Samsung has managed to get involved in the battle thanks to its high-end Android device, the Galaxy S. Samsung is eating its own cooking here with its own 1GHz Hummingbird processor under the hood and equipping the phone with a 4 inch Super AMOLED display-the same display that Samsung produces for other manufacturers who put it on phones like the HTC Droid Incredible (as long as supplies last, of course, which they haven't). The Korean based firm has sold 300,000 Galaxy S devices in South Korea and 1,000,000 worldwide. In the States, each one of the top four major carriers will launch their own version. Yesterday, T-Mobile released the Samsung Vibrant and this Sunday, AT&T will launch the Captivate. Sprint's variant will be a 4G version of the Galaxy S Pro which includes a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard and is named the Epic 4G. As we reported, Verizon's model, the Samsung Fascinate, will apparently be launched last as Big Red is focusing attention right now on its just released (and sold out) Motorola DROID X. Like the iconic McDonald's signs, perhaps Samsung could place a similar display at its corporate headquarters that reads, "Galaxy S handset: Over 1 million served"

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source: Samsung Hub via IntoMobile


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