Samsung Galaxy S II sold in more than 1 million units in Korea. New i9101 model shows up

Samsung’s new Galaxy S II Gingerbread smartphone has been sold in more than 1 million units in South Korea (the company’s home country), where it’s available since April 25.

That’s certainly a significant achievement for Samsung, which hopes to sell at least 10 million Galaxy S II units worldwide – including in the UK, where the S II is already outselling Apple’s iPhone 4, and in the US, where Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile will likely launch their own versions of the handset soon.

In other Galaxy news, a new version of the smartphone has been spotted somewhere in Thailand: the Galaxy S II i9101.

We don’t know what the difference between the i9101 and the regular i9100 model is, but GSM Arena suggests the i9101 is an NFC-ready edition of the S II. Could be. We’ll bring more on this as official details show up.

Author: Florin

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