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Friday, 18 May 2012 09:48

Galaxy S III preorders hit 9 million

Written by Peter Scott



Hype pays off for Sammy


Worldwide preorders for Samsung’s new flagship phone have reportedly hit 9 million.

According to Korean media, more than 100 carriers are on board for the ride and the Galaxy S III should launch in Germany on May 29, before being unleashed on other countries. (Why does this sound vaguely familiar? Ed.)

Samsung is said to be ramping up S III production and its fabs south of the 38th parallel should be able to churn out as many as 5 million units a month.

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