Apple and Samsung typically reveal how many phones or tablets are sold in a given quarter overall, but it’s rare that we get a glimpse at just how well each particular model sells. Thanks to the ongoing court case between the two companies, now we have a look at figures that both companies usually try to keep close to the vest.
The documents, first published by AllThingsD note that Samsung sold 21.25 million phones for a total of $7.5 billion in revenue between June 2010 and June of this year. The Galaxy Prevail, oddly enough, was its most popular model with 2.25 million devices sold, although all of the company’s Galaxy S II models accounted for 4.1 million units sold. The Epic 4G generated $855 million in revenue during the aforementioned time period, more than any other phone.
Apple, meanwhile, sold 85 million iPhones between 2007 and the second quarter of this year, 46 million iPod touches and 34 million iPads (the iPad first launched in 2010, however). Those products pulled in $50 billion, $10.3 billion and $19 billion in revenue for Apple, respectively.
As AllThingsD points out, the sales figures will be important if the jury finds one firm owes the other damages and needs to distinguish how much is owed.
Tired of all the financial babble? Check out the trove of iPad and iPhone prototypes that were also unearthed during the trial.
Samsung and Apple Sales Figures Gallery