Samsung Galaxy S is already a huge hit worldwide. This handset is powered by the Android 2.2 (FroYo) operating system. Previously, Samsung said that, Galaxy S is expected to cross the 10 million mark before the end of 2010, and now, they have finally achieved their targets. Samsung recently announced that, the company has managed to sell 10 million units of the Galaxy S smartphone worldwide.
Samsung Galaxy S has reached this milestone in just 7 months. Samsung sold 1.4 million units of this device per month, in other words, 40,000 units of Galaxy S were sold per day. Galaxy S is first Android device to cross the milestone of 10 million units worldwide. It is still the most popular handset in countries like South Korea and US.
As per the region-wise sales, Samsung sold 4 million units in North America, 2.5 million units in Europe and 2 million units in its home country, South Korea. Samsung Galaxy S is even popular in price sensitive market like India.
This handset was originally powered by the Android 2.1 (Eclair) OS, but it was later updated to the Android 2.2 (FroYo) OS. In its home country, the sales of Galaxy S is far ahead than the combined sales of Apple’s popular smartphones, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4. We are quite sure that, Samsung will sell more than 15 million units of Galaxy S before the Q2 of 2011. (via. Samsung Hub)