With the Galaxy S III already a runaway success before it’s even launched all over the world, Samsung has announced another set of milestones for their Galaxy series of devices. Samsung’s newest press release indicates the Galaxy S series has sold more than 50 million devices worldwide, with 24 million Galaxy S and 28 million Galaxy S II handsets sold to date. The Galaxy Note is no slouch either, with over seven million sales, a big jump of two million units since five million sales of the Galaxy Note were announced just two months ago.
While Samsung may be facing increasing competition, they continue to solidify their place as the world-wide leader in Android sales. With already nine million pre-ordered Galaxy S III devices logged even before the phone went on sale, Samsung seems poised to continue raising the bar for the competition. In fact, it’s a real wonder at this point if any Android manufacturing competitor has what it takes to beat Samsung’s sales volume.