Samsung has been in the news because of their Samsung Galaxy S phones. The numbers of the Galaxy S series of smartphones shipped are out of this world. Sprint is also touting their Samsung Galaxy success in their 4G galaxy.
The Samsung Epic 4G, one of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphones, is now also one of
Sprint's best-selling devices for first-day sales, for Tuesday. The Samsung Epic 4G received excellent reviews and is the only Samsung Galaxy S smartphone to have full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The HTC EVO 4G is believed to be Sprint's best-seller so far.
Samsung Electronics expects to sell up to 25 million smartphones by the
close of 2010, a huge increase to the company's earlier estimate. Samsung reported earlier this week, that that they had shipped more than 1 million of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphones in the United States.
"We are prioritizing our Android platform.
Android is very open and flexible, and there is a consumer demand for
it," YH Lee, Samsung Mobile's head of marketing, said this week.
Samsung also expects to sell 1 million units of Galaxy Tab Android
Tablets this year. The Galaxy Tab has a 7 inch touchscreen and runs
Android 2.2 on a Cortex A8 1 GHz processor. Features include Adobe Flash
Player 10.1, GSM/3G HSPA connectivity,
802.11n Wi-Fi, 3 megapixel camera, 1.3 mp front-facing camera, and
Bluetooth 3.0. The Galaxy Tab has the new Media Hub for buying
videos/movies and the Reading Hub for books.
The Galaxy S is currently available as the Samsung Captivate (read review) at AT&T, the Samsung Epic 4G (read review) at Sprint and the Samsung Vibrant (read review) at T-Mobile. The well-reviewed Samsung Fascinate is
the Samsung Galaxy S, slated to arrive at Verizon as soon as next
week. Many of these models are named in Wireless and Mobile News'
Review of Reviews Top Ten Best Android an' Droid Phones Now an' Later.
Samsung Glaxy S News and Reviews Page.
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