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Samsung expects Galaxy S III sales to top 10 million during July

Samsung Galaxy S III, as we all know, got the unofficial tag link ‘Android King of the Year’ even before it was launched. Why did this happen? Well, it is all in the hardware specifications of the device. The smart phone, no doubt, is one of the most awesome devices out there today. And the only one other which comes close to giving a competition is the HTC One X, which unfortunately, is not seeing a lot of sales, at least not as much as the Samsung Galaxy S III.

We all know that whenever a company launches a new device, before the launch of the device, it gives its existing customer and potential new customers a chance to order the device online, which is known as pre ordering a device. Now, the Samsung Galaxy S III broke all previous records of getting more than 9 million pre orders. That is definitely something, not even the Samsung Galaxy S II got so many pre orders during its days. Samsung must have celebrated the device like nothing else. And the company still expects to sell a lot more devices in the coming months.

And sure enough, if you see the Samsung Galaxy S III once, you will definitely fall in love with it. The company has given a statement today that it is expecting around 10 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S III to be sold in July alone. Well, that is a really big figure, and the South Korean Android smart phone giant might actually hit that mark.

Reuters quotes JK Shin, head of Samsung Electronics Co.’s telecommunications business, as saying:

Samsung Electronics Co, the world’s biggest smartphone maker, expects cumulative sales of its latest smartphone Galaxy S III to top 10 million units during July. The smart phone was launched on the 29th of May, and seeing so much of an improvement so soon is really remarkable.

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