Samsung's Galaxy S II hits 5 million sales ahead of U.S. release

Samsung's Galaxy S II hits 5 million sales ahead of U.S. release

Summary: Samsung's Galaxy S II has hit another milestone: 5 million sales.

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Okay, we get it, world - you like Galaxy S II. So much so that Samsung has announced today that it has sold 5 million copies of the phone since it was released three months ago. Of course, by "world" I mean nearly every place besides the U.S., where the S II is set to make its appearance at some point next month on one or all of the major carriers.

In any case, Samsung says it plans to sell about five million more of the Galaxy S II, so there's still plenty of work to do. And then there's also that little matter of the iPhone 5 eventually making its appearance.

[YonYap News]

Topics: Samsung, Enterprise Software, Telcos

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  • hahahahahaha

    iPhone sells 5 million in 2 weeks!
    MSFTWorshipper
    • RE: Samsung's Galaxy S II hits 5 million sales ahead of U.S. release

      @MSFTWorshipper that's a Nervous laugh right there.
      Pandorum
  • WHERE are they though?

    As an avid follower of ZDNET, I am always interested to see how these things are in real life. And I have to say I am a bit skeptical of companies saying this and that.

    Why? I have just been on a trip to UK for a fortnight, and the only phones I saw were the Apple kind. During a number of business meetings, a few Blackberries were strewn here and there.. but the iPhone 4 was practically everywhere.

    An Android phone? Nary a sight of one... no androids anywhere I'm afraid.
    grillomalta@...