A Fable of Success : Samsung Sold 5 Million Units Of Galaxy S II In Just 85 Days

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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced on August 27 that Samsung Galaxy S II ( GT I-9100) has passed the 5 Million global sales milestone in just 85 days. Galaxy S II crossed this milestone at a rate which is 40 days faster than that of original Samsung Galaxy S.

“In just a few months the Galaxy S II has led the way in driving Samsung’s unmatched performance in the smartphone industry” said JK Shin, President and Head of Samsung’s Mobile Communications Business. Shin added, “Since being launched into the retail market in late April, the Galaxy S II has seen tremendous growth. This reflects the strong support from carrier partners globally, who in choosing the Galaxy S II as their flagship device have reaffirmed the device’s status as a premium, market-defining Smartphone”

Samsung Galaxy S II features 8.49 mm ultra thin design coupled with powerful 1.2 GHz dual core ARM Cortex- A9 processor and 1GB RAM. Mali-400 MP GPU and Exynos chipset makes this smartphone capable of running High Definition games and Videos smoothly. The brilliant 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display and the resolution of 480 x 8oo pixels make things crystal clear and sharp. The smartphone is equipped with a 8 Mega Pixel camera which is capable of video recording at a resolution of 1080 p and that too at the rate of 30 FPS. The Android 2.3 platform gave it a more user-friendly interface and much more enhanced features. All of these unmatched features made Samsung Galaxy S II a unpareil smartphone and which helped it in crossing the 5 million sales milestone in a record time of just 85 days. Amazinggg…..



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