Samsung has been well known to advertise their skyrocketing sales numbers, and this year won’t be any different. What has caught our attention however is Samsung’s lofty sales goals, something to the tune of 500 million units. That’s right, even with the Galaxy S IV projected to sell about 50 million units–which would account for only 10% of total...

The Galaxy S and Galaxy S II set the standard for Android hardware the past 2 years, and the sales numbers really showed it: Galaxy S reaches 10 million within 6 months Galaxy S II reaches 10 million in 5 months Now as the established premier manufacturer of top-tier Android hardware, Samsung has sped to the 10 mil-mark in a scant 2 months. Fueled by the hype, Samsung...

Media hype and blogosphere chatter aside, the best way to tell if a company is doing well is to look at their bottom line. As it stands, the two titans of Android smartphone-dom are Samsung and HTC, each with their own respective super phones. There has been widespread debate across the internet about which phone is better, but there is one telling factor that has not...

We’ve reported numerous times on the success of Samsung’s Galaxy S and S II lines, and now we are proud to be able to do the same for the Galaxy Note! Initially, the large 5.3 inch phablet was met with some concern regarding its very large form factor, however we, like many of its users were pleasantly surprised to find that not only was it easy to use as...

It feels like it was just yesterday that we reported Samsung’s ubiquitous Galaxy S II hit 10 million units sold, and now the venerable smartphone has doubled the milestone by hitting the 20 million mark in a mere 10 months! The craziest part about this story is that every time they double their sales, it has been at a rate faster than the previous period: 5 million:...

If you haven’t really heard of what’s going on with Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform, it’s likely because of Android and Apple’s sheer dominance of the market. Microsoft however is not about to let that become the status quo. Windows Phone 7 Display at Bellevue Square AT&T Store CareAce’s offices are headquartered smack dab...

In the past we’ve reported on Samsung’s great success with the Galaxy S series of phones, repeatedly breaking their own sales records and shipping out unprecedented numbers of Android devices. Today is a bit different because in addition to besting themselves, Samsung has bested its biggest and most publicized rival–Apple. As the legal battles raged...

After selling 5 million units in a scant 3 months (85 days to be exact), Samsung has outdone themselves once more by doubling that number in a mere 78 days, besting the original Galaxy S GT-I9000’s march to 10 million unit sales by over 1 month. The chart above was published just over 2 months ago when Samsung achieved 5 million sales of the Galaxy S II and it...

Amidst all the Galaxy SII and Nexus Prime hullabaloo, we took a poll of our readers to see which device they were holding out for this summer/fall: According to the results, 4 out of 5 readers preferred to wait for the Samsung Galaxy S II even though it will likely be 6 months old before it matches up stateside against the iPhone 5. We should also keep in mind that...

It seems every month Samsung has been breaking its own records and reaching new industry milestones, and this month is no different. Although the grand total of 5 million devices sold is an impressive feat in and of itself, the phenomenal speed at which it was done is even more amazing. If we look in the graph below (ignoring the analogies for just a moment), we can see...