Samsung appears to be banking heavily on the success of its recently launched smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy S. According to JK Shin, the head of Samsung Communications, the company has a stiff target to sell close to 10 million Samsung Galaxy S devices globally. There are a few vague interpretations to be made here – Is this number for 2010? Does it include sale from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S Pro?
Nevertheless, there is no reason to believe that this cannot be achieved. The company had recently revealed that close to 1 million Samsung Galaxy S handsets have already been sold worldwide. Out of this, nearly 300,000 have been sold just inside South Korea. With impressive tech specs that include a Super AMOLED display and 1GHz Hummingbird processor, this is without doubt one of the most sought after devices at present.
It will be interesting to see if Samsung is able to achieve their targets though. What do you think? Possible?