The Samsung Galaxy S II has been an extremely popular device for the company, and now Samsung has announced that they have sold over 20 million Galaxy S II devices around the world.
It took Samsung just ten months to sell over 20 million Galaxy S II devices, the handset first launched in April 2011, although it was only available in Europe initially and the device launched in the US later in the year.
Samsung will be launching their next generation Galaxy S smartphone later in the year, the Galaxy S III, and we suspect the device will sell even more units in the next year than the Galaxy S II.
Samsung are reported to be launching the Galaxy S III around April of this year, and we hope that when it launches it will be a global roll out of the device, rather than launching it in one territory initially and then launching it in the US a few months later.
We suspect if Samsung had launched the Galaxy S II in the US in April, the same time as they did in Europe they would have sold considerably more than the 20 million devices they just announced.
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