Samsung has this time left the Indian Phone Market scratching its head with its reports suggesting that it has sold 10 million devices under the Galaxy brand since it had launched Samsung Galaxy S in the year 2010.
Samsung, includes a series of innovative devices like Galaxy Y, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III. Samsung has refused to give the credits for the contribution to its success to any of its particular product individually. However, it cited that Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Y have contributed to 50 percent of the sales figures.
Samsung’s product spectrum of 13 Galaxy Devices in the Indian market lie between a price range of Rs. 6790 and Rs. 39,990.
Samsung Mobiles had grabbed a market share of 41.6 percent, of the 5.50 million units’ Smartphone market previous year. At present, the South Korean mobile manufacturer has managed well to stay in the lists of Top Five Smartphones in the running year. With the sales figures available, Samsung is all set to grab the top position in the Mobile Handset Market leaving behind its competitors with a Market Share Drop at the end of year 2012.
According to the Korean Times, the company has already planned to sell as much as 510 million phones in the coming year. Of these, 390 million are said to be smartphones. This can be stated as a major jump in the sales figures as Samsung has already sold 420 million units in the year 2012.