Samsung seems to be unstoppable as a company executive has claimed that the firm has sold six million of its Galaxy S4 mobile phones.
It's unclear whether six million represents customers sales or shipments, but either way it bodes extremely well for the company.
Four million handsets were shipped to supply chains at the end of April even though the model didn't hit shelves until April 26th.
Internal targets that were set by the success of it predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S3, have been broken and the executive indicates that the handset could be hitting ten million sales by the end of the month.
Although getting handsets to the masses is something Samsung do incredibly well, it's unclear what revenue the company has generated from the Galaxy S4 or how many customers actually own the device.
Posted by Peter Robinson