Samsung Galaxy S II Sales Touch 1 Million Mark in South Korea Alone

June 11, 2011, By Sanjeev

Samsung has done it again. This time it is with their second edition of their prestigious Galaxy Smartphones. Last year the Samsung Galaxy S went into hastened sales breaking all the records for smartphones around the globe. And now, sales estimates say that the Galaxy S II is following the same route.

Samsung Galaxy S II Sales Touch 1 Million Mark in South Korea Alone

It was just a while ago we heard Samsung had sold 1 million units of the S II. The figures say that Samsung has sold 1 million in their home country South Korea alone. Samsung revealed details of the 1 million Galaxy S II handsets that went on sale in South Korea from April 29. According to the data available, carrier SK Telecom activated more than half a million Galaxy S II phones (550,000 to be precise), while KT sold 300,000 units. LG U+ sold 150,000 units.

To refresh you on the specs, the phone comes with,  the Galaxy SII boasts of a 4.27-inch 800 x 480 unique  Super AMOLED Plus display, an 8 mega pixel primary camera with 1080p video capture accompanied by a 2 mega pixel cam up front, Android Gingerbread with TouchWiz 4.0, and a dual-core 1GHz Samsung chip plus 1GB of RAM.

It may be seen that Samsung’s global launch strategy and their scheme of launching the device on multiple carriers in a single country have made the difference. They are hopefully looking at the US market to exponentially increase their sales which is most likely to happen.


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