samsung-galaxy-s4-review-001Last week we reported that Samsung could very well break their own record and go off and move 10 million Samsung Galaxy S4 units by this week, and sure enough they have. Well it looks like the South Korean company has done it again as it is now official: Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S4 has managed to hit the 10 million milestone, beating out its predecessors since it managed to achieve those numbers in just about a month. To give it some context, the Galaxy S3 only achieved the 10 million milestone after 50 days, which we guess is pretty impressive, but for Samsung to shave 20 days off with the Galaxy S4, that’s even more impressive! With that being said, we have to wonder come 2014 and with the possible release of the Galaxy S4’s successor, how fast do you think Samsung will need to move 10 million units of that?

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