Samsung's Galaxy S products have typically sold like hotcakes and it appears that the Galaxy S III will be no different. According to Reuters, the head of Samsung's mobile business JK Shin recently said that Samsung expects its Galaxy S III sales to surpass 10 million units by the end of July. That's pretty stellar considering it took 5 months for Samsung to sell 5 million Galaxy Note units. We're not surprised by the JK Shin's statement, however. The Galaxy S III is currently one of our favorite Android smartphones and it will soon be available on all of the major U.S. wireless carriers, which means it will be available to a larger consumer base.

[via Reuters]