Samsung Galaxy S II Launched in South Korea

Samsung launches Galaxy S II smartphone, widely presented at the MWC 2011 in Barcelona in February and then taking the successful model Galaxy S. With the new tablet Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Galaxy S II smartphone was one of the biggest stars of the Samsung booth at MWC 2011 Barcelona ​​in February.

The terminal incorporates what has been the success of the Galaxy S model in 2010 and endowed it with a display 4.3 AMOLED Super More beautiful, an 8 megapixel camera and a dual core processor, all with less than 9 mm thick and 2.3 Android Gingerbread.

The Samsung S Galaxy II is launched today on its home market of South Korea, before an international availability early May. Linchpin of its mobile strategy, it will be available and distributed in 120 countries by 140 mobile operators, with a marketing result.

Samsung New Strategic Weapon:

The goal is to sell at least 10 million units this year while increasing sales by five shelves Galaxy Tab compared to 2010 (where the model 7-inch was launched at the end of the year). The Samsung S Galaxy has sold 14 million copies since its launch in mid-2010, including 2 million in Korea.

The launch of the Galaxy II comes amid S that Apple has filed a complaint against Samsung, accusing him of having inspired its shelves for its smartphones. The Korean manufacturer has immediately responded by complaining to turn against the group in Cupertino, for patent infringement.


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