We all know Samsung is killing it, selling more phones than any other company out there. In fact, the Korean giant is now the world’s largest smartphone maker, moving more of its Galaxy devices than Apple (and other handset makers). But they seem to be just warming up with this quarter set to be their record breaking.
According to Yonhap News, UBS estimates that 61.5 million Samsung smartphones will be sold in Q4. It is said that 7 million of these could be Galaxy Note II units (3 million Note IIs have been sold already) and another 15 million Galaxy S III units. In addition, Samsung also has other lower-end smartphones like Galaxy Pocket and Galaxy Y, which too will help the company surpass the 60 million units per quarter milestone. Plus, let’s not forget Bada and Windows Phone device though we don’t expect these to contribute in any big way… though you never know.
[Via: Unwired View]