It's been a whirlwind year for Samsung Mobile. The success of the
Samsung Galaxy S

line of phones has been phenomenal with over 3 million units shipped across major carriers within the US. Now, the recently released
Samsung Galaxy Tab

has already shipped 1 million units globally and that's just the key details of their year.

Having looked at the figures, Gartner research firm today has confirmed that Samsung Mobile captured 32.1 percent of the U.S. Android smartphone market in Q3 2010 based on retail sales, an increase from 9.2 percent of the Android smartphone market in Q4 2009. All of which pushes Samsung Mobile to the number one mobile provider slot within the US. Congrats go out to Samsung! But, let it be know that we've not forgotten we still need Android 2.2 to be released. Full press release is available after the break.

Samsung Mobile earns top Android smartphone provider spot for Q3 2010

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