Samsung Galaxy S3: 30 Million Units Sold While Android Jelly Bean Upgrade is Awaited

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Samsung Galaxy S3: 30 Million Units Sold While Android Jelly Bean Upgrade is Awaited

Samsung Galaxy S3, this years' hottest selling smartphone so far was uncovered on May 3, 2012, and since then, S3 has turned out to be one of the best handset technologies of all time. Consequently, in a recent development, Samsung has now announced that the company has sold over 30 million Galaxy S3 units worldwide. 

Samsung Poland made the announcement via its Twitter and Facebook pages. This comes just two months after the Korean giant announced the S3 had sold 20 million units in its first 100 days, and less than six months since the handset went on sale. Following that, the South Korean giant has also announced that over 3 million Galaxy Note 2s have been sold in the one month since its release. 

With that being confirmed it will be obvious to make out that rivalry with the technology giant Apple is growing day by day. The company has launched their iPhone 5 in Indian market on November 2, following the global launches in the month of September. Analysts are making big anticipations for that latest handset to perform advantageously in the market, encouraging Apple sales in the India. 

The latest thing that Samsung buyers are awaiting is the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean up-gradation that is expected to be coming soon to India. In the meantime, Samsung has been launching diverse color variations of the Samsung Galaxy S3. 

Samsung Galaxy S3 has become a huge success ever since the device was launched in to the international smartphone market. The device has got popular for its attractive specifications like a display size of 4.8 inches featuring a Super AMOLED Display, a 1.4 GHz Quad-core processor and 8 mega pixels rear camera.

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