Samsung Galaxy S II launching on April 25 (in Korea)

Despite rumors to the contrary, the Samsung Galaxy S II i9100 will be available starting this month, as reported yesterday.

Unsurprisingly, South Korea is among the first countries where the new Galaxy will be released.

According to Reuters, KT (South Korea’s second largest mobile carrier) will launch the Galaxy S II on April 25.

For the moment, there’s no word on what other markets will get the new Android 2.3 smartphone this month (if any at all).

The original Samsung Galaxy S (i9000) was sold in 2 million units across South Korea, so Samsung probably expects the new model to be at least as successful as the first one.

Author: Florin

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