Samsung have established a reputation a one of the leading smartphone manufacturers thanks to the success of models such as the excellent Galaxy S and S2. Over the coming months the company are set to launch the new Samsung Galaxy S3 which they hope will capture the imagination of the consumer just like its predecessors have.
Samsung have recently released some updated sales figures that demonstrate just how popular the Galaxy S2 is with the public. Ten months after the model was officially released Samsung have shipped over 20 million units which makes the model the most popular device that Samsung have ever released. These figures represent both the UK and overseas markets and have ensured that the device beat the excellent figures that were set by the original Galaxy S device. What is particularly impressive about these figures is that Samsung reached the 10 million mark in September 2011. This means that over 2 million of these excellent phones have been shipped a month since then. The S2 is also due to receive a software update over the next two months which should generate some fresh interest in this model as it approaches its first birthday. The Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Android operating system was released recently and Samsung aim to provide S2 handsets with this platform during the first quarter of 2012. There is however a new model lurking on the horizon which may slow down sales of this impressive phone. samsung galaxy s21 5g
Rumours are circulating suggesting that the new Samsung Galaxy S3 will be released in the second quarter of 2012. This means that we are likely to see a decrease in the price of the original S2 but many consumers may opt to spend some extra money on the brand new features that the new device will offer. This new model will be shipped with the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system together with some other exciting new features. The handset is rumoured to be the first Samsung phone to incorporate a quad core processor which means that it should provide operation speeds that we have never experienced before from a smartphone. Screen size is also likely to be boosted on this new model to 4.65 inches which is slightly larger than the 4.3 inches that is offered on the Galaxy S2.
Samsung have every right to be very proud of the success that the Galaxy S2 has achieved over the last ten months. The company will be hoping that the new Samsung Galaxy S3 will prove equally as successful with consumers thanks to the impressive specification that it is set to boast.