Monday, June 13, 2011
Samsung Galaxy SII reach one million units in the sales in South Korea
Samsung Galaxy SII has scored a phenomenal record in the home country, South Korea, in terms of sales. Since its launch for the first time in South Korea, sales of these phones in the country has reached one million units.
Korean wireless operator SK telecom, has released a data, which state that they have enabled more than half a million Samsung mobile phones Galaxy S II, while its competitors, KT and LG U + have been sold respectively 300,000 and150,000 units.
This phone, known as Android smartphone Gingerbread Plus, offers an AMOLED display, an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p recording capability, dual-core chip Samsung lus 1GHz 1GBof RAM.
But unfortunately, even though this phone hasscored a success in South Korea and has been launched in several other countries all over theworld, but this phone is not yet released to market in the United States. Thus the prospective applicants of this phone in the United States still must wait again, because there is still not adefinite timetable on the official launch date in the U.S..
Source: SK telecom