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According to Samsung, the Galaxy SII has sold over 10-million devices since its April launch. The phone has seen a particularly strong surge in sales since July, when sales were sitting on just under five million.
Samsung’s premium smartphone debuted in South Korea in late April and May in various European countries. It finally went on sale in China in July and in the US markets in September.
JK Shin, chief of Samsung mobile devices said, “In just five months the Galaxy SII has seen tremendous growth, reflecting strong support from carrier partners.”
Sales in South Korea have been the most positive, sitting at 3.6-million units. In Europe, 3.4-million and throughout the rest of Asia, 2.3-million. US sales figures are, as yet, unknown.
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