100 million Galaxy S and Note shipments

Samsung targets 100 million Galaxy S and Note shipments

Samsung aims to hit 100 million Galaxy S and Note shipments this year. J.K. Shin himself, the company’s CEO, announced the goal today. Shin’s statement is seen as an attempt to reassure investors whose faith in the company may be weakening because of the perceived weak performance of the company’s high-end products in terms of

Samsung Galaxy Note Hits 5 Million In 5 Months

Tuesday night we brought you a story about some estimated numbers in Samsung’s smartphone sales. According to a Korean website, they expect that Samsung will report that they have sold 40 to 44 million smartphones in the first quarter of 2012. To fuel that estimate, SamsungTomorrow reported yesterday that Samsung has sold 5 million of

MWC: Samsung Plans To Double Smartphone Sales In 2012

Samsung Telecommunications’ ever so vocal leader, JK Shin, made a statement to reporters at Mobile World Congress on Monday morning that has reverberated throughout the mobile community. Last year was a record year for Samsung. The S. Korean global electronics giant sold 97.4 million smartphones, edging out Apple by 3.4 million units for the year. 

Samsung Officially Says No Galaxy S III At MWC

Last year when Samsung Telecommunications chief JK Shin officially confirmed that there would be a Samsung Galaxy S III that would blow away event the Samsung Galaxy S II it was automatically believed to be released at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain. Two weeks ago rumors got hot and heavy that Samsung had decided

Samsung Galaxy S II Clears 10 Million Mark

Big news out of Seoul S. Korea today as electronics giant, Samsung has crossed the 10 million threshold in sales of their 2011 flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S II.  Back in February when JK Shin took the state at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona he spoke about how this phone was a game changer

Rumor: Samsung Working On Qwerty Tablet With WP7 “Gloria”

CNet UK and French website Blogee.net are reporting that Samsung is prepping the sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Tab in the formm of a 10″ Tablet with a qwerty keyboard.  Unfortunately they are saying this tablet will feature the Windows Phone 7 operating system instead of Google’s Android OS.  Not sure why they would do