2012 has certainly been a great year for Samsung with new models such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2 proving a massive success with consumers globally. Latest predictions suggest that the fourth quarter of the year may prove to be the best yet for the company.
Industry experts are expecting the final quarter of the year to be superb for Samsung and the worlds number one phone manufacturer look set to shift an extraordinary number of handsets during this period. USB Financial Analytics are predicting that the company will sell an estimated 61.5 million phones during this period. If these latest estimations are correct it would mean that Samsung would sell more than 60 million devices in any one period for the first time ever. During quarter three Samsung managed to sell a huge 57 million devices so the estimate for Q4 looks very realistic given that it is traditionally the busiest financial quarter of the year.
Samsung have developed into a one stop shop for all manner of Android devices. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the companies flagship model and accounts for the majority of sales. During October this model managed to sell 5.5 million units. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 sits proudly at the top of the range with the S3 and is also expected to dominate sales with its sister model. There are various other handsets in the range that should help these two devices to achieve the expected sales target. One of the newest handsets is the new S3 Mini, a more compact version of the best selling phone which was recently released.
It looks as though Samsung will enjoy a prosperous fourth quarter and could well surpass 60 million sales thanks to a strong range of great devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S3.