Mar 8 2014, 8:23am CST | by Ahmed Humayun
To receive updates on the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S5 webpage, around 300,000 people have signed up. These users have also been receiving a lot of incentive to share their personal information with the carrier because it has announced a free Galaxy S5 to a few lucky subscribers.
With the number of these subscribers, we can totally see how interested people are in the upcoming Samsung flagship even though we know that not all these subscribers are going to appear the carrier's to get their phones. We also have received no word from the Samsung Mobile's chief J.K.Shin on how the S5 is going to sell in the market within its first month. He did share his expectations on the sales for the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy S4 so hopefull we will receive some word on this one too or we can just wait and watch for ourselves when the phone launches globally on April 11. At the moment, it is available for pre order with a lot of retailers and carriers around Europe, Sweden, Russia and the Czech Republic as well as the Netherlands and Romania has also begun taking orders for the upcoming flagship.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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