10 million freaking smartphones. Who thought, when Samsung put that number forward
as its 2010 Galaxy S sales goal
two months ago, that it was actually going to happen? Well, with just over a week left in the calendar year, the Korean giant has racked up 9.3 million sales of its Android superphone globally and actually expects to sneak past the mythical 10 million mark just before the champagne glasses start clinking. The Galaxy S has also scored a win in its home market of South Korea, where its two million units sold so far leads the 1.8 million iPhones sold since the series debuted in November 2009. Hearty congratulations are due to the crew in Seoul, such success doesn't happen by chance, but let's keep working on those Froyo (and Gingerbread!) software updates
as well, eh chaps?
: This article has been updated to reflect Chosunibo's
claim that 1.8 million iPhone series
devices were sold -- not just iPhone 4 handsets.