Samsung has sold 20 million Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones all over the world according to a Korean news service. Samsung has not officially confirmed the report to news sources in the United States. The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is not selling as fast as the iPhone 5, however it is the fastest selling Android smartphone, to date.
This report comes one month after Samsung announced that it had shipped 10 million GS 4 and two months from its first release in April. It is selling 1.7 times faster than the Galaxy S III sold, last year. Last year, there were 20 million Samsung Galaxy shipped in 100 days.
Samsung previously reported that sales were not declining.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 claims the spot of the world's number one top seller in the second quarter, which it may not keep for long.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is called the "Next Big Thing" with a suite of Samsung sharing and enhancement software. The Samsung Galaxy S4 specs include 1.9GHz quad-core processor, 5" HD (441ppi) screen, infared for TV remote, 2600mAh battery, adapting display, Gorilla Glass 3, temperature/weather sensors, 13MP camera, 2MP front camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and 2600mAh battery.
The Verge noted that 68 days after its launch the iPhone 5 shipped 23.62 million units.
This month, July, Samsung expects to ship 6.4 Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphones. This does not include the next generation of Samsung Galaxy S 4 devices such as the Active, mini and zoom.
The Verge created an infographic to illustrate sales.