Samsung Galaxy S, the Android-based smartphone, has made a sales of over 3 million in the United States, the company said.
“Recently, we passed the 3 million shipment mark in the U.S. for Galaxy S phones,” said Paul Golden, Chief Marketing officer, Samsung.
The company said that the Samsung Galaxy S model has been sold over 5 million across the world including one million in Korea. Samsung, moreover, hopes that the Galaxy S model would help it reach 25 million units sale in 2010.
“We're in a situation where we wish we had more supply,” Paul Golden said in a statement.
According to sources, over seven million Android OS-based phones have been sold in the last four months.
Samsung Galaxy S was launched in March 2010. The smartphone was equipped with almost all the features that Apple’s iPhones have, posing a direct threat to iPhones.
With Android 2.1 operating system, the phone has 512 MB RAM, 2 GB flash memory, 4 inches wide multi-touch capacitive touch-screen, 8/16 GB storage capacity and other advanced features.