Samsung really had done it. It's flag ship Android device, the Galaxy S III, has already surprised those of the Galaxy S II sales figure in a much shorter amount of time with 10 million units shipped.
This was a device that initially appeared underwhelming at its launch event but the Galaxy brand continues to grow on its own momentum. In fact, the majority of Samsung's profit now comes from its mobile unit. And I'm sure it's having a halo effect on the rest of its product lines.
For instance, the Galaxy Note on its own is doing very well despite having a stylus, which Steve Jobs said would be a failure. I'm certain that the Note 2 will be an even bigger success.
And what Samsung has shown everyone is that devices of varying specs and screen sizes from 3 or so inches and up to around 5.5" will have takers - touch or stylus.
However, it remains to be seen just how the Galaxy and Google's Nexus as well as other Motorola assets can coexist. So far, only Google's own devices have the first crack at new Android releases.
Love to see Samsung crack some carrier heads and allow quicker Android updates.