The sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note along with its other devices including the Samsung Galaxy S2 will likely allow the company to surpass its own record sales. This comes as reports about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 continue to emerge.
Estimates made by industry watchers have hinted at a sale figure of around forty million Samsung devices sold by the company for the first quarter of the year although this remains uncertain since the company has not released specific figures for the sales of its smartphones.
Since it follows the holidays, the first quarter is normally a slow period for sales and it will be an impressive feat for Samsung to be able to equal the sales in the previous quarter which reportedly reached 36 million. Some industry watchers have speculated on sales of around fifty million for the company once the Samsung Galaxy S3 is released into the market.
This sales projection may be achievable with the release of the Samsung Galaxy S3 given the notable sales of the company for the first quarter.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 has whipped up a lot of excitement among consumers due to the features that it brings to the market.
Pre-orders for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 are reportedly impressive according to Eldar Murtazin. Since Samsung is a major sponsor for the upcoming Olympic Games, it may be possible for the company to implement a marketing blitz for the Samsung Galaxy S3 and avoid the issues that affected the release of the Samsung Galaxy S2.
With the impressive sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note, the fifty million sales levels may be achievable once the Samsung Galaxy S3 is released into the market.
Together with the other device offerings of Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S3 will likely allow the South Korean company to achieve this level of sales especially if it will be able to take advantage of large markets such as China.