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Samsung Galaxy S II hits 10 million sold

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 25 Sep 2011 9:48 User comments (2)

Samsung Galaxy S II hits 10 million sold Samsung says its new smash hit smartphone has hit 10 million units sold, without even launching in the U.S.
The Galaxy S II has seen a massive uptick in sales the last two months, after launching in April in Korea.

Samsung's new device has a 4.27-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen, Android 2.3.4, a 1.2GHz Samsung dual-core processor, an 8.49mm thin chassis (at lowest), an 8MP camera with autofocus and 1080p recording, NFC support, 4G, a 2MP front-side camera and HSPA+, WiFi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0+HS.

Furthermore, the device will run on Samsung's updated TouchWiz UI and weighs just 4 ounces.

So far, in the U.S., the device has only been available through Sprint since the 16th, and will hit T-Mobile and AT&T next month.

The original Galaxy S sold 10 million units in 2010, and is one of the most popular Android devices in history.

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2 user comments

127.9.2011 09:00

This is why Apple has the lawsuits going. It fears Samsung's latest devices because they are simply too good.

228.9.2011 00:04

I think fruit farmers should sue Apple.

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