More fun stuff surfaced today from the Apple vs. Samsung trial. Pictured above are Samsung’s sales numbers for its smartphones in the U.S. Perhaps most surprisingly is that Samsung’s best selling phone by unit number is Boost Mobile’s Samsung Prevail, which sold 2.255 million units. Finishing in second and third were the Samsung Epic 4G and the Galaxy S2 Epic Touch both on Sprint. That means Samsung’s top three devices were on Sprint’s network.
Meanwhile, Samsung’s U.S. tablet numbers were below expectations. They totaled just over 1.4 million since the fourth quarter of 2010 (what happened to the Galaxy Tab 8.9? And I do not see the Galaxy Note phablet either above or below).
Then there were Apple’s much bigger numbers, below:
Apple sold 85 million iPhones since 2007 and 34 million iPads in the past two years. Interesting notes: $560 was the average U.S. revenue per iPad sold which means Apple trended toward the lower-end Wi-Fi iPads by a large margin (the $399 iPad 2 only recently went on sale). Incredibly, Apple’s average revenue per iPhone was higher at $590 a unit over the last 5 years.