The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been quite the popular handset during its initial weeks of release. Pre-orders and initial sales have been so high that Samsung has run into a bit of trouble keeping the device in stock in some regions and has experienced several launch delays. Still, the Korean mobile maker doesn’t think that will slow the GS3 train down.
In a statement made today, Samsung bigwig JK Shin said the company expects to sell over 10 million Galaxy S III handsets by July. At that point global rollout of the phone should be winding down with most major carrier partners around the world having launched the device.