The new Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone could surpass over 10 million units in just one month in July. The unit count of the new smartphone was based on info from JK Shin, a Samsung's business telecommunications spokesperson, as reported by reuters.com.
In conjunction with the 2012 Olympics activities, the South Korean-based company introduced Galaxy S III in London in early May. Samsung is also one of the major sponsors this year summer’s largest sport event which will be held for two weeks, from July 27 until August 12.
Samsung Galaxy S III is expected to compete very closely with top seller Apple's iPhone. Apple has been very busy preparing legal paperwork to fight Samsung in court due patent rights than trying to invent a better smartphone system. With all top lawyers fighting, however, no one has been named the winner of those patent cases.
Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone has been delivered to several countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia by the end of May. Americans users also started to pre-order in early June through mobile operators including the two top providers AT&T and Verizon. Other smaller mobile operators such as Sprint and T-Mobile have also started selling the smartphone.
(Image: Samsung Galaxy S III)