Thursday, November 22, 2012

Samsung will ship 60 million smartphones in the last quarter of 2012

Samsung , currently the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, wants to expand its domain to become the undisputed number one.
In the third quarter of the current year, the company sold 57 million devices, a number significant enough that owes its success to the Galaxy family, able to fully satisfy the needs of most users.
This result, however, is likely to increase in the last quarter of 2012 where he planned to sell more than 60 million smartphones , of which 7 million, it seems, will be Galaxy Note 2 smartphones .
Of course, the Galaxy SIII is still in high demand by a large swath of users, also saw its price which is becoming more and lowering the arrival of version 4.1.2 of Android , which will introduce many new things like the Multiview taken into loan from Note 2 .
If the wall of the 60 million will actually bypassed, the Korean manufacturer will leave a mark before the new year arrives at the gates because it will be the first time in the history of mobile phones that will be reached a record sales in just three months.

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