20 million Samsung Galaxy S II sold in 10 months
The Samsung Galaxy S II has grown from a single phone to a diverse family of mobiles in all shapes and sizes. It took Samsung about three months to ship 5 million units and another two months for sales to reach 10 million.
Now, sales of the outgoing Samsung flagship droid have reached 20 million units across the world. It launched 10 months ago, meaning it took five months to sell both the first and the second ten million units.
The sales didnít slow down probably because new modifications kept coming out with screen sizes reaching from up to 4.65" from the original 4.3" and with 4G LTE connectivity thrown in for good measure.
Another interesting statistic - the Samsung Galaxy S (which boasts a total of 22 million units sold so far) took seven months to reach 10 million sales, two months longer than the S II.
It was a good run, but the time is coming for it to retire. The S II successor won't be unveiled at the MWC next week, but we expect to see it on March 15 or around that time.
Source (in Korean)
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