The Samsung Galaxy S4 storage issue has been widely publicised, thanks to folk like BBC Watchdog, but it doesn’t seem to be doing sales any harm.
We heard a few days ago that Samsung expected the Galaxy S4 to hit 10 million sales by the end of May, but JK Shin reckons it might happen as early as next week. Good lawd.
That’s the word according to juicy quote action from The Korea Times, with JK Shin reportedly yelling at some sort of Seoul-based industry forum.
Possibly using a megaphone while dressed in a gorilla suit, Shin declared: “We are confident that we will pass more than 10 million sales of the S4 next week. It is selling much faster than the previous model S3.
“Samsung spent 50 days to pass the 10 million sales mark for the S3. The S4 will be Samsung’s first '10 million seller’ device less than a month after its official debut.”
A few hecklers demanded answers with regards to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3’s supposed “unbreakable” display, to which JK Shin bowed his head and replied only: “More time will be needed.”
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to launch at IFA 2013 in Berlin, which gets underway in September. Only fourth months to go…