South Korean physical science big Samsung says it’s sold-out quite ten million Galaxy devices since the primary giving from the merchandise complete was launched in Gregorian calendar month 2010.
In a Times of India report Th, Samsung vice chairman of mobile, Asim Warsi, said: “Innovative devices just like the Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy S2 and S3, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note a pair of, and Galaxy Y have caught the imagination of consumers and helped North American country democratize the smartphone expertise within the Indian market.”
The first Galaxy device introduced in India, in Gregorian calendar month 2010, was the Galaxy S smartphone. it had been followed by the Galaxy S2 that arrived in might 2011, Galaxy Y in Gregorian calendar month 2011, and therefore the latest Galaxy S3 this year. Samsung’s pill, Galaxy Tab, was launched in Gregorian calendar month last year.
According to the report, Warsi aforementioned Samsung has been a “category leader” in India’s smartphone market since 2011. the corporate has thirteen Galaxy devices presently obtainable within the country that square measure priced between federal agency half dozen,790 to federal agency thirty-nine,990 (US$123.95 to US$730), he added.
Samsung declined to administer a breakdown of the sales of the individual Galaxy devices, though it aforementioned the Galaxy Y and Galaxy Note series similarly because the Galaxy S3 along accounted for quite half total sales, the report noted.
According to a CyberMedia analysis (CMR) report in Gregorian calendar month, Samsung semiconductor diode the smartphone market in India accounting for forty one.6 p.c of the whole five.5 million smartphones shipped within the half of 2012. Nokia came in second with nineteen.2 p.c market share, followed by analysis In Motion (RIM) with twelve.1 percent.
Nokia, however, remained the general prime phone manufacturer in India, with 22.2 p.c share of the whole 102.4 million mobile telephone shipments within the same period–thanks to its vary of feature phones. Samsung trailed Nokia with thirteen p.c of total shipments, the CMR report aforementioned.