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Galaxy S III sales grow, seem to be unfazed by Apple and the patent trial

Samsung Galaxy S III sells better than ever, even during and after the patent trial, and during the

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Oct 4, 2012 5:31 am

While Apple couldn't even get close to analysts' estimates on first-week iPhone 5 sales of 8-10 million, falling short and only reaching 5 million, Samsung's Galaxy S III is doing very, very well. Analytics firm Localytics says that demand for the S III hasn't slowed down, even during the $1 billion loss of the patent trial to Apple, and the release of the iPhone 5.

 

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The analytics firm tracks what kind of smartphones access thousands of mobile apps using their mobile analytics platform, where they say that they've seen a 9% average increase of new Galaxy S III devices since the first week of August. New Galaxy S III sales grew by 16% during the week of Apple's victory in the patent trial, and grew another 15% during the week the Cupertino-based company announced their iPhone 5.

 

Localytics also thinks that Apple did Samsung a favor by suing them since "the deluge of post-litigation press coverage both drove general attention to Samsung and suggested that Samsung devices were similar enough to iPhones to be an option for many consumers."

 

I haven't seen many of my friends grab iPhone 5's, but I've seen much more of my friends get Galaxy S III's. I wasn't too impressed with the iPhone 5 personally, and you can read our review on it here.

NEWS SOURCES:Bgr.com

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