Less than a month after announcing it sold 10 million Galaxy S II smartphones, now Samsung has unveiled that cumulative sales of the first Galaxy S and the Galaxy S II have surpassed 30 million units worldwide.
The Galaxy S was Samsung’s 2010 flagship Android smartphone, while the S II is this year’s flagship. Both have Super AMOLED displays (the S II features the new AMOLED Plus technology), and are clearly the world’s most popular Android smartphones.
Since the Galaxy S is still being offered in most markets around the world, and the S II has been launched in the US just recently, sales will obviously keep on growing. I wouldn’t be surprised if the South Korean company announces 40 million units shipped before the end of the year.
Via Press release (in Korean)
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