Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III will launch in Europe on May 29. In the United States, the device will hit shelves in June. Despite the phone not being available for a while still, Samsung claims that there are already nine million units sold through pre-orders.
In February, 'only' 20 million units of the Galaxy S II were sold total, meaning the new Galaxy S III model almost sold half the amount of its predecessor, before even being available. Samsung claims that enough phones will be produced to meet demand, as the South Korean-based factory is currently working overtime to produce 5 million phones a month.
Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone has a recommended price of €599 (£480) and is set to release May 29.