Just after Samsung bragged selling 3 million units of Galaxy note 2 globally after its first months launch, the Korean company says it has sold over 30 million Samsung Galaxy S III in five months of the device availability. This is a very big number when compared to previous versions of Galaxy S, selling 10 million and Samsung Galaxy S II that sold about 20 million phones world wide.
Samsung reduced the Galaxy S III prices over time by $100 which attracted more customers. Now we have to look forward to the next big speculated phone from Samsung, the Galaxy S IV. It is rumored to feature quad-core Exynos 5450 Cortex A15-based chip and a 13MP camera.