The latest shipment numbers show why Samsung’s Galaxy S line continues to rule the smartphone universe.
Apparently, Apple sells more than products preceded by the letter ”I.”
The Galaxy Note was one of the more interesting Android devices to launch recently, but in my review I couldn’t help but find it hopelessly dorky. Clearly, that hasn’t stopped many buyers though, as Samsung reports today that it has shipped 5 million units of the hybrid smartphone/tablet since it launched last October.
Apple will finally surpass Nokia in smartphone shipment volumes this year, shipping nearly twice as many iPhones as it did last year, according to a report by Digitimes Research.
According to the latest financial results release from Motorola Mobility, the company shipped over 250,000 Xoom tablets during the first quarter 2011, which is far less than its initial prediction at the beginning of the year.
Apple’s surging iPhone sales are leading to boatloads of acessories — literally. And those overseas shipments may be a good indicator of expectations for future iPhone sales.