By Anton D. Nagy | June 25, 2012 4:13 AM
No one can really question the success of the Galaxy series of smartphones from Samsung. Numbers represent an ever-growing tendency from the initial Galaxy S to the Galaxy S II (and Galaxy Note). The South Korean company is determined to capitalize on that buzz as it expects record sales for its current flagship, the Galaxy S III.
JK Shin, head of telecommunications at Samsung, expects more than ten million Galaxy S III units sold in July, Reuters reports. While it isn’t clear what the wording “cumulative sales” is referring to (sales to customers, sales to retailers, sales to carriers, or the total of the aforementioned), the Galaxy S III has a great chance to become Samsung’s most popular device ever.