When Samsung launched the Galaxy S back in June of 2010, it’s goal was to create a global phenomenon. The handset was distributed via as many carrier outlets as possible and in nearly every corner of the globe. Sure, Samsung had to strike out some exclusive deals and redesigned carrier-specific devices along the way, but it should come as no surprise to hear that in the seven month span since it first dropped, the Galaxy S has sold over 10 million handsets.
The biggest impact was in North America where Samsung pushed 4 million Galaxy S phones. Europe and Asia followed behind with 2.5 and 2 million units sold respectively. Throw in 1 million Galaxy Tabs sold worldwide and there is no denying that Samsung is a force to be reckoned with.
Fuente: Android Phone Fans