Samsung’s new flagship phone is off to an impressive start.
The company has now shipped more than 20 million Galaxy S4 phones since the device launched in late April, according to multiple reports from South Korea on Wednesday. The reports cite Samsung mobile chief J.K. Shin as confirming the number.
Samsung did not immediately respond to our request for comment.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 hit the 10 million milestone in late May, less than a month after its release — faster than any previous Samsung phone model. Samsung’s chief rival, Apple, sold 37.5 million iPhones in its most recent quarter. Apple doesn’t break out sales for individual models.
If the latest reports are true, this might ease some recent investor concerns that Samsung S4 sales are slowing.