Samsung Electronics Co, a global leader in mobile phone technology, recently announced they had achieved annual mobile phone sales of 300 million phones globally. An important milestone for Samsung, these figures represent the highest mobile phone sales figures Samsung has ever achieved. These remarkable numbers further highlight Samsung’s dedication to providing customers with cutting-edge mobile phones that satisfy the developing need for technological advances.
“We are incredibly proud of this record-breaking sales figure, which exceeds the annual target Samsung announced early this year. This achievement stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of Samsung mobile phones across the world,” said Duke Park, General Manager of Samsung Egypt. “Our range of mobile phones remains unrivalled, offering our customer’s state-of-the-art technology coupled with an exceptional variety of platforms including Android, Windows Phone and Samsung’s own bada platform. This new record, only seeks to further confirm our global leadership in the mobile phones market and we look forward to extending this success in 2012.”
Samsung’s 2011 mobile phone sales results, cap a hugely successful year for the company across the world. The company’s flagship GALAXY S range of products, including the GALAXY S and the GALAXY S II, contributed greatly in achieving Samsung’s substantial sales figures. Both products have continued to gain popularity among consumers, positioning the GALAXY S brand as one of the most recognized mobile brands globally. Moreover, the GALAXY S II, launched in 2011, set a new sales record for Samsung; with 10 million units sold in a shorter space of time than any other mobile phone launched in the company’s history.
With continued innovation, Samsung is expected to continue to lead the mobile phone market. The company recently expanded its portfolio of smartphones, launching the cutting-edge GALAXY Note. The GALAXY Note is smart mobile device featuring the world’s first 5.3’’ HD Super AMOLED display that retains all the portability of a smartphone; introducing a unique user-interface that combines touch-screen and pen-input technologies.