+ Friday November 15th, 2019

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You may have heard of a little family of devices from Samsung called the “Galaxy S” range. Well, apparently they’re pretty popular, with Samsung shipping over 100 million Galaxy S units in total. Other cool numbers from Samsung include selling 190,000 Galaxy S IIIs each day, and 40 million Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III shipments each.

With the growing success of Samsung’s high-end range, we can’t wait to see what they have in store for us with the next generation Galaxy S device. What would you like to see from it?

Source: Samsung (flickr).
Via: Android Central.

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James Jones
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I can’t imagine a factory that produces 190,000 GSIII’s a day… mind blowing

Jasar
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Jasar

100 million Galaxy S devices. Congrats, congrats!
My next question: How many of those gets to update to Jelly Bean?

Anthony
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Anthony

“What would you like to see from it?”

A non-plastic phone that actually look and feels nice?

Sean Royce
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Sean Royce

Nope. Sure it’d be nice, but just because it feels cheap doesn’t mean it is. I’d rather plastic then glass, I’ve seen thousands of smashed iPhones.

Anthony
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Anthony

Oh right. Sorry I forgot the only other material that can possibly be used on a phone aside from plastic is glass….

Sean Royce
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Sean Royce

That’s not what I said at all, but it’s either that or plastic these days it seems.

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