Samsung Has Sold 30 Million Units of Galaxy S/Galaxy S II Phones

Posted by at 9:24 am on October 17, 2011

Samsung started off the week by reaching a combined milestone for the Galaxy S line. Both the original, its variants, and the Galaxy S II have reached a total 30 million sales worldwide since they arrived in mid-2010. About two thirds of those were the original design, while the rest were the S II.

The company pointed out that the Galaxy S II leads smartphone sales in some of Europe, such as France, Germany, and Italy. It also touted reaching second place in the smartphone market during the spring.

Its milestone shows the turnaround for the company, whose smartphones were once Windows Mobile and Symbian relegated to a niche status. Although it has been accused of replicating the iPhone’s look and feel to get to its goal, it has been credited with popularizing Android and overtook both HTC and Motorola in the process.

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