Samsung says it has sold 30 million Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S II handsets globally
J.K. Shin, President of Samsung's Mobile Communication Business said, "Since itslaunch only five months ago, GALAXY SII has seen tremendous sales success andgarnered enthusiastic reviews from consumers and mobile industry watchersacross the globe. This is in addition to the continued sales momentum behindGALAXY S, which we launched at CTIA 2010 as continues to be a run-away successwith consumers," and added, "The phenomenal success of thesesmartphones once again demonstrates how the GALAXY S smartphones is setting thestandard for smart mobile technology around the world."
The Samsung Galaxy S II continues to sell well as the company's flagship handset is available now on three of the top four mobile operators in the States. Of the top four carriers, only Verizon has decided to pass up on the model. Instead, it is expected to be the first carrier to offer the Samsung GALAXY Nexus, the handset that debuts Android 4.0, some time later this year-most likely next month.