A recent report from Gartner shows that Samsung is the number one Android handset maker in the States, also managing to sell quite a bunch of Galaxy S units in the process. The report we mentioned shows that in Q3 2010 Samsung reached 32.1% of the US smartphone market share, while in Q4 2009 it was 22.9%.
Samsung Galaxy S sold over 3 million units in the US alone, which is a great feature, especially considering that the smartphone had the iPhone 4 as rival. Different versions of the handset were made available by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, U.S. Cellular and Cellular South, each with varied contracts and bundles.
Imagine what sales the Galaxy S successor will reach…