Released only few weeks ago, the Galaxy S4 should reach the first symbolic step of 10 million units sold worldwide next week, according to a statement from Samsung. The device sets record boot sales in the South Korean.
With 6 million units sold in two weeks, the Galaxy S4 has already set a record at Samsung. But the situation should not stop there, since the Korean Times reported on Thursday about Shin Jog-Kyon, the CEO of the firm, indicating that the level of 10 million is expected to be reached next week, after less than 30 days of availability of the device on the market.
A new record for Samsung, the Galaxy S3 had meanwhile took 50 days to reach the 10 million units sold. Something to give hope to the company, which would, according to a report published in February, sell no less than 100 million Galaxy S4. At the time, the firm expertise Jefferies & Company estimated that 60 million Galaxy S3 had passed.
With the arrival on the market of a new model of Galaxy S4 extended partnership with Google, we expect that the smartphone should continue to sit comfortably on the market throughout the year 2013 and beyond.