Add together ten million
Galaxy S IIs, a dollop of Galaxy Nexii
, a gargantuan gathering of Galaxy Notes
and a healthy serving of Badas
, and what do you get? 300 million handset sales so far in 2011, that's what. And Samsung claims that makes this the best year in its mobile-making history, surpassing 2010 by a whopping 20 million. Of course, more sales doesn't necessarily translate into greater revenue -- Nokia is still the world's largest manufacturer by volume and is a case in point
. Nevertheless, we'll know more when Samsung reveals its Q4 earnings next month.