iPhones sales recorded much higher than Galaxy S terminals in the past 3 years

On January 20, 2013

To highlight the success of the iPhone against Android terminals, an American analyst thought to compare the sales of Apple products and those of high-end smartphones from Samsung. He made a comparison from June 2010 to December 2012 and weighed the sales terminals: iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy SI, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II. Basically 3 iPhone terminals compared to 5 Galaxy terminals and the differences are very large.

 Although undoubtedly Samsung’s Galaxy lineup has been tremendously successful, given the sudden negative sentiment related to iPhone, we thought it would be interesting to compare Galaxy sales vs. iPhone sales over the last two and a half years. 

In 2 and a half years, 3 iPhone terminals were sold in 219 million copies, while 5 Samsung terminals has sold 131 million copies. Difference in terms of sales is very high and should be taken into account that Apple has listed fewer devices. Of course any of Samsung’s figures do not relate to the sales figures but reliable distribution channels and sales from Apple speak directly to customers. Either way it presented, you must remember that we are talking about estimates, because Apple does not publish sales figures for every iPhone in hand, and Samsung says only what they sell to the shops, and not directly to customers.