IFA: Samsung Expects To Sell 7 Million More Smartphones

Posted: Sep 4 2010, 3:33pm CDT | by , in News | Android

IFA: Samsung Expects To Sell 7 Million More Smartphones
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Android Round 2 Goes To Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy S is a major success by any definition of the phrase. So far the T-Mo and AT&T versions have sold over a million units, and that number will only rise as the Sprint and Verizon versions hit the market. In fact, Fierce Wireless reports that Samsung Mobile president J.K. Shin has upped Samsung's expected total smartphone shipments.

While they were initially anticipating a healthy 18 million sales, that number has now ballooned to 25 million. Most of this has to be due to the Gal S. 18 million itself is triple what Sammy managed to sell last year, so 25 mill would represent an enormous leap forward for their smartphone business. Samsung expects to have a double-digit global smartphone market share by the end of 2010. Watch out, HTC and Moto!

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