Samsung moves 40 million Galaxy S4’s in first six months

Samsung moves 40 million Galaxy S4’s in first six months

SamsungGalaxy_S4_review_03-580-90Samsung has sold more than 40 million Galaxy S4 smartphones around the globe in the first six months of release. According to Samsung CEO JK Shin, the company’s flagship device is doing quite well for itself, despite a slowed growth in August. With the holiday buying season set to smack us in the face next month we shouldn’t be surprised if Samsung touts the 50 million mark by the time we ring in 2014.

via SamMobile

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