Samsung is betting strongly on the Galaxy S4 and is very confident that it will be a complete success. According to a recent publication, the Korean company expects to sell 10 million units of its next flagship per month.
The last few days have been full of news for Samsung. A confirmation of a new Galaxy Note 8.0 to be presented at MWC 2013 along with their specifications and their images “official” now new information has emerged about the Galaxy S4. We already knew that the device would not be introduced until April and today the Korean blog Money Today has published a report suggesting that Samsung is preparing to break all sales records with its next flagship.
According to the publication, Samsung expects to sell 10 million units per month with its Galaxy S4 (the Galaxy S3 took almost two months to do so) and has asked its suppliers to be ready to support such a claim to avoid shortages.
Recall that the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S3 have been best-sellers, but no Android smartphone has achieved such sales. The Galaxy S3 surpassed the 40 million units sold recently (it was released in May 2012), while the Galaxy S2 did the same but in a longer period.
The Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3, which will be launched later this year, are Samsung big bets for this year with which the firm hopes to overcome the incredible sales that obtained in 2012, the year in which for the first time in its history surpassed 500 million units sold, of which 350 were smartphones.
Personally I think 10 million Galaxy S4 per month is too much, but with Samsung you never know. What do you think? Will Samsung sell its flagship at that rate? Leave me your thoughts in the comments!