Yesterday, while announcing the Verizon-bound Samsung Continuum, a company spokesperson revealed that the number of Galaxy S smartphones sold in the US has already reached the impressive 3 million units.
Keep in mind that this is the whole Galaxy S lineup we're talking about here and not about a single device. As you know, the Galaxy S is known under different names and comes in a handful of flavors over at the diverse US operators' stores.
The CDMA-loving Continuum is the latest, fifth, member of the Galaxy S family. It comes after the Captivate, Fascinate, Epic 4G and Vibrant which share lots of common features, including the Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreens they all come on board with.
The dual screen Samsung Continuum was unveiled yesterday during a press event that was previouly rumored to celebrate the birth of the next-gen Google Nexus One. And while the Continuum has already arrived, the Nexus Two is still missing.
Samsung Galaxy FAIL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pF6fC_wiEo
at least it has more battery life than an android phone lol
This is how I know why you're a phandroid, because you hate apple products because it's superior to your defective equipment