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

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


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


“What would you like to see from it?”

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

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.


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

Sean Royce

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