Yesterday we were all over Samsung and ATT having a phone out in the US soon. I mentioned that they had sold an impressive 3 million devices to date. That was the 55 day mark. Now at the 85 day mark that number has expanded to 5 million. The phone will beat the sales numbers of the S1 pretty largely when the US versions show up.
Samsung Galaxy S 2 Passed the Turning Point of 10 Million Global Sales
Galaxy S 2, which is becoming a global smart icon, finally passed the turning point of 10 million global sales. Samsung Electronics announced on July 27 that its flagship smartphone Galaxy S 2 has marked the accumulated global sales of 5 million units only 85 days (on July 22) after its release.
Galaxy S 2 reached the turning point 40 days earlier than its predecessor: Galaxy S did it in 125 days. Galaxy S 2 acquired 56% of the entire mobile phone market in Korea last month, and it has topped the mobile phone market share in more than 10 European countries, including the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. And it seems Galaxy S 2 is ‘still hungry’ as it is now poised to spread its global sensation into other regions like Latin America and China
Samsung mentioned they wanted to sell some crazy number like 100 million devices in 2011. While we all thought they were nuts, now I am not so sure.
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