Sunday, August 29, 2010

Samsung sells over 1 million Galaxy S devices in the US.

Samsung announced that it sold over 1 millions Galaxy S phones in the US, fonarena reports. Dale Sohn, president of Samsung Mobile, says that the availability of Galaxy S to a large number of carriers, has given to millions of customers the chance to getting one.

Galaxy S is currently sold in the US under the following names:

  • Samsung Captivate (AT&T)
  • Samsung Epic 4G (Sprint)
  • Samsung Vibrant (T-Mobile)
  • Samsung Fascinate (Verizon)
Moreover, it is soon going to be available at U.S. Cellular and Cellular South.

It is the time for Apple and RIM to wake up and see the reality. Selling 1 million devices on a highly competitive market isn't really easy. Samsung has became an important competitor on the market, and surely this hits directly Apple and the market-share of its iOS.

Read more on fonearena.

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