It is no secret that Samsung and Apple are currently duking it out in court over their respective devices, with the latter claiming that Samsung has copied them too closely for comfort, and hopefully will want the court to issue an injunction that would all but cripple Samsung’s foray into mobile consumer electronics in the US, and perhaps, the world. Well, more and more documents are being shed left, right and center, and one of the more recent ones would be Samsung’s smartphone and tablet sales figures that start from June 2010, going right up to June this year. This is what was revealed – during that time period, Samsung actually sold more than 21 million smartphones and 1.4 million tablets worth a whopping $8 billion – and these are just US figures alone.
It is interesting to note that the single biggest seller, which does not include the Galaxy S2 that was branded differently for various carriers in the US, was the Epic 4G that pulled in a revenue stream of $855 million after putting 1.89 million units in the pockets of those living in the US ever since it arrived on the market in Q3 2010. Expect more courtroom drama in the weeks to come.
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