Samsung has had great success with its Galaxy range of android smartphones, with the incredibly popular Samsung Galaxy S II, and it looks like Samsung’s new Galaxy S III will continue the trend as we heard earlier that 9 million of the device had been pre-ordered.
According to a recent report by Gartner, Samsung’s Android smartphones account for 40 percent of all Android smartphone sales, which basically means that out of every ten Android smartphones that are sold, Samsung sells four of them.
According to the report, none of the other Android manufacturers come close to Samsung, with none of them having more than a 10 percent share of Android smartphone sales.
We suspect that this trend will continue with the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S III, and we wonder how long it will be before Samsung owns firty percent or more of the Android smartphone market.
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