“Samsung announced today that its Galaxy S II has sold quite well over the past 10 months,” Don Reisinger reports for CNET. “According to the company, it has sold 20 million Galaxy S II units since the device’s launch last April. To put that figure into perspective, Samsung announced last July that it reached 5 million Galaxy S II unit sales 85 days after its launch.”
“Surprisingly, the device’s sales have been accelerating. Back in October, Samsung announced that it had sold 10 million Galaxy S II units during its first six months on store shelves,” Reisinger reports. “Now just four months later, it has doubled that.”
Reisinger reports, “Despite the Galaxy S II’s success, it’s no match for Apple’s iPhone. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company announced last month that it sold 37.04 million iPhones last quarter, alone.”
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