Samsung's Galaxy S2 is doing quite well following its April launch.
Samsung's Galaxy line of tablets and smartphones has been extremely successful so far and the company's brand new Galaxy S2 is no exception. According to Sammy Hub, Samsung has already shifted five million Galaxy S2 devices. Citing confirmation from Samsung itself, Sammy Hub says the company has shipped five million units to distributors. Though it's not as impressive as selling five million phones, it's still quite a feat, especially when you consider that the phone has yet to launch in the U.S. and has been available for less than three months.
The Galaxy S2 launched just 85 days ago, on April 29, and boasts a beefy dual-core CPU aside, Google’s Android OS (Gingbread/Android 2.3), along with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, and an 8-megapixel camera capable of recording video in 1080p. The phone also supports 1080p video playback.
Samsung's goal is to sell 10 million Galaxy S2s. Already available in China and several European countries, a U.S. launch is set for next month. Do you think the company will reach its goal?