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.
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