Samsung Galaxy S3 sells 30 million, Samsung plots new logo
The Galaxy S3 is still popular, Samsung's figures suggest. Meanwhile the South Korean company is plotting a brand overhaul.
Samsung boss JK Shin calls the company's quad-core marvel a "runaway favourite" on the corporate site. The 4.8-inch Galaxy S3 hit the significant milestone in 157 days -- impressive compared with last year's phenomenally popular , which Samsung says mustered a more modest 10 million sales in its first 150 days on sale.
The news comes just a few days after Samsung. That's not as impressive as the S3's 30 million of course, but a sign that even Samsung's slightly quirkier smart phone is finding an audience.
The figure likely refers to the number of Galaxy S3s shipped in total, including those bought by retailers, so it's possible there aren't quite 30 million Galaxy S3 devices nestled in the pockets of ordinary shoppers yet.
For those of you wondering how many humpback whales would be represented by the weight of 30 million S3 devices, Samsung's put together the following infographic. That's whaley impressive, Samsung. Almost unbaleenvable, in fact.
Meanwhile, Samsung is considering ditching its current logo, as part of a corporate identity revamp, our sister site. Here's hoping the Korean company can craft something as Earth-shaking as Microsoft's .