Just as it predicted last month, Samsung has shipped 10 million units of its flagship phone, the Galaxy S III.
"It appears that [accumulated sales have] exceeded 10 million units," said JK Shin, mobile chief of the South Korean company, according to Yonhap News Agency.
Samsung said it expected the Galaxy S III to reach the 10-million mark in late June, about a month after the phone released first in Europe and the Middle East.
Since then, the phone has been making its debut in other parts of the world.
The Galaxy S III landed in the U.S. around mid-June through T-Mobile and Sprint, and then completed its release on the four major U.S. networks when it began selling through Verizon and AT&T earlier this month.