Once it hit the shelves, the Samsung Galaxy S II got a lot of glowing reviews and even critics had to agree that it was a fine phone. In fact, in US shores alone, most major carriers with the exception of Verizon released their respective version of the handset. Not only that, the versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II in US shores were selling like hotcakes during their stay in the shelves.
Due to the seeming popularity of the Samsung Galaxy S II, its manufacturer came out with the sales figures of the handset back in February. At that time, the Korean smartphone and tablet manufacturer claimed that it already managed to sell approximately 20 million units of the handset. This number is staggering because the handset was only in the shelves for about 10 months at that time.
More recently, Samsung again released the updated sales figures of the Samsung Galaxy S II and this time, the numbers already stood at 28 million. This means that the manufacturer managed to sell 8 million more units of the handset in just 3 months since hitting the 20 million mark in February. By hitting the 28 million mark in just 13 months of being available in the shelves, the Samsung Galaxy S II became the manufacturer’s fastest selling smartphone so far.
And if you add up the sales of the Samsung Galaxy S II with that of the original Galaxy S, the numbers reach an even more staggering 50 million sales of the Galaxy S line. With the entry of the current flagship device of the manufacturer to the smartphone competition in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S III, we expect these numbers to grow further in the future.
When talking about the Samsung Galaxy S II though, it may already be on its way out but its components are still top of the line for that matter. It packs a Samsung Exynos C210 chipset under the hood and this SoC brings into play a dual-core 1.2 GHz Arm Cortex-A9 processor in addition to a full gigabyte of RAM. It comes with 16GB of onboard storage but should this fall short of your expectations, the handset has a microSD card slot for memory expansion purposes.
The claim to fame however of the Samsung Galaxy S II is its glorious 4.3-inch SuperAMOLED Plus display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Its camera department is just as impressive with the handset packing a rear-facing 8MP shooter coupled with a 2MP snapper out front. Buy the Samsung Galaxy S II starting at just one penny!
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