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Samsung mobile division must be riding high with the news that company has secured more than 3 million booking as pre-order for its first ever dual core Samsung Galaxy S II Smartphone. On Sunday, company said that worldwide pre-order figure of 3 million is ten folds higher than what was recorded in home country South Korea.

Galaxy S II’s figure is based on the pre-bookings received by the company till the end of last month (April 2011). As device is expected to see the launch in more than 140 countries, this figure may get eclipsed by much attractive pre-booking or sales figures.

Last week, Samsung said that pre-order of latest Android Gingerbread based Smartphone in South Korea had surpassed 120,000 in just three days which was, again, three folds higher than what its predecessor  had got at when it was launched in June last year.

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All this figures are expected to grow further as Galaxy S II is continuing to gain traction among every segment of users across the globe.

The Galaxy S II is currently known as fastest Smartphone with 1 Ghz Dual core Tegra 2 processor. It is also known as one of the lightest Smartphone ever. Demand is likely to taper off with time but with this constant growth in Smartphone market, company is gearing up to challenge the dominance of Apple’s iPhone.

In its own segment Galaxy S II holds the biggest screen with 4.3 inch Super AMOLED plus display. Though, there are few more Smartphones lined up from other companies with almost similar specifications, like LG Optimus 2X and HTC Sensation , it would be interesting to see how people react to dual core Smartphone segment.

For our esteemed visitors, who would be interested to know more about Samsung Galaxy S II or looking for ‘hands-on’ review, here is one of the best video review:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUdoMSqqZtQ&feature=related

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Thanks to IntoMobile for great ‘hands-on’ video review.

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