Looks like the launch of the Galaxy S III isn't the only thing that Samsung has to celebrate this week. This morning the company announced that it's sold over 50 million units of the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II combined. Sales of the Galaxy S, which debuted in June 2010, have reached a total of 24 million to date, while the Galaxy S II claims sales of 28 million units in the 13 months since its release. Samsung also confirmed that the Galaxy Note has reached the seven million sold mark since its launch seven months ago, an increase of two million units since Samsung last updated us on Galaxy Note sales figures.
Those are pretty impressive figures, and if the leaks, rumors and comments leading up to and including the Galaxy S III launch are any indication, Samsung's newest Galaxy family member could see even more success than its predecessors. Samsung has said that the Galaxy S III will be coming to the U.S. this summer, but the company has yet to announce which carriers will offer the device. That hasn't stopped the rumor mill from speculating, though, with reports claiming that all four major U.S. carriers could offer the device and that T-Mobile may be launching its model as soon as June 20. As usual, we'll pass along more details as we get them. Getting back to today's news, how many of you own a Galaxy S, Galaxy S II or Galaxy Note?