Samsung Galaxy S II sets new record

Korea’s electronics giant Samsung breaks another record and announced that has sold three million of its Android powered Galaxy S II flagship smartphone in just 55 days, which is approximately 50,000 phones a day.

The ‘original’ Galaxy S, hit the 10m sales in January this year, less than seven months after the device was launched, in June 2010, and now Samsung is hoping that will break this reacord too, which could happen when the U.S. carrier variants will finally arrive on the shelves. The Galaxy S II  is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, has a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display and is just 8.49mm thick.

Samsung Galaxy S II

Source: Samsung

Related posts

Nokia debuts N801T model in China

Nokia has officially released a new Symbian-based smartphone designed and produced specifically for the Chinese market. The novelty is called N801T and comes with rather interesting features. The smartphone specs unfortunately are not fully available. What is known for sure is that the device...

Shuttle debuts the DH170 mini-PC

Shuttle debuts the DH170 mini-PC

Shuttle has added one more mini-PC to its product line just days after announcing the XH170V mini-computer. The new portable PC is called DH170 and features compatibility with Intel’s latest Skylake processors. The addition of the DH170 means that now Shuttle offers three models in different...

Sapphire adds HD 5850 TOXIC Edition with 2GB

SAPPHIRE Technology has just announced a new version of its successful HD SAPPHIRE HD 5850 TOXIC Edition with a larger frame buffer size of 2GB. The SAPPHIRE HD 5850 TOXIC series are SAPPHIRE original designs based on the latest 40nm graphics architecture from the ATI division of AMD. They...

Leave a comment