The Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone is a cool device that many Android fans were looking forward to getting their hands on. We have known the full specs of the smartphone for a while now. The smartphone officially launched on April 28. The company sold a bunch of the smartphones in South Korea the first few days the device was available. The phone sales were so strong that more moved in the first few days that the original Galaxy S.
Industry sources claim that Samsung sold 120,000 units combined across the three major carriers in South Korea in three days. SK Telecom Co. activated 65,000 S II smartphones. KT Corp sold 40,000 of the phones and LG Uplus Corp moved 15,000 S II smartphones. LG Uplus is the smallest carrier that offers the phone. There is no indication at this point if the sales stayed high after the initial three days of availability.
The S II is an impressive little smartphone with an dual-core processor. The smartphone runs Android 2.3, it has WiFi, and a 8MP rear camera with a 2MP front camera. The screen is a 4.3-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus offering and the smartphone can be purchased with 16GB or 32GB of storage and has a microSD card slot too. That memory card slot supports up to 32GB cards and the phone has NFC tech inside too.
Update: Sorry about the specs on this, I obviously opened the wrong spec sheet on the initial story.