It wasn’t too long ago that Samsung announced that it had sold 5 million Galaxy S phones globally, with 2 million of those coming from the US alone. Now Samsung USA’s Paul Golden has confirmed that the Korean company has sold more than 3 million Galaxy S units in the US and about 7 million globally. According to him, there is a high demand for all the Galaxy S devices but the shortage of Super AMOLED displays is creating supply issues for the phones. If you’ve recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy S phone, you can take comfort from the fact that you contributed to this statistic.
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