Back in September Samsung was happy to announce that it sold 10 million Galaxy S II units just to follow-up in January that its home market, South Korea, contributed with five million of its own. Now they’re happy to announce yet another milestone.

20 million Samsung Galaxy S II devices (or variants) have been sold globally which makes the device Samsung’s best-selling phone ever. The original Galaxy S was the previous record holder but the newer version and its Super AMOLED Plus screen and sexy looks managed to dethrone it. We’re looking forward to seeing the Samsung Galaxy S III and we’re quite positive Samsung want to break yet another record with this year’s flagship.

Source: Samsung

Via: Engadget

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