Samsung Galaxy S III passes 30,000,000 sales mark

Earlier this year Samsung announced their mega-hit Galaxy S III was sold 10,000,000 times in less than two months, then back in September we learned the device was bought by 20,000,000 people in less than 100 days after debut. Now the impressive device has hit another landmark – 30,000,000.

Samsung Poland, the Polish subsidiary of Samsung, announced on its Facebook page that the Galaxy S III has been sold to over 30,000,000 people, roughly five months since it was first released at the end of May. This count, unlike the previous 20,000,000 count, includes Galaxy S III sales in the United States, plus Korea and Japan, and obviously sales of the unlocked international version.

Does 30 million make Galaxy S III the most popular device, ever? No. The iPhone holds that title (by a long shot), with the iPhone 5 expected to be the most popular of the lot. Still, however, 30 million is nothing to laugh at. In fact, I’m sure Apple isn’t laughing.

[via GSMArena]


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  • Ashraf

    @Eric989: I believe the latest numbers show iPhone 4S as the biggest but iPhone 5 has just been released and we haven’t seen numbers on it, yet.
    I don’t know the exact numbers off the top of my head. According to Wikipedia Apple is said to have sold 108 million iPhones (2G, 3G, 3GS) by March 2011. Take into account Apple’s comment about how the iPhone 4S has sold more than all previous iPhones combined, and you get a huge number.

  • Eric989

    So which version of the Iphone has sold the most so far and how many?