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Tuesday, 05 October 2010 12:54

Samsung ships 5 million Galaxy S smartphones

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Not bad, not bad at all
Samsung has announced that it has managed to ship 5 million Galaxy S smartphones over the past three and a half months.

Although Apple managed to ship three million iPhone 4 units in the first month of sales, the success of the Galaxy S is still impressive and perhaps even a bit surprising.

The Galaxy S is Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone. It packs a 4-inch Super AMOLED 800x480 display, 1GHz processor and it bears a striking resemblance to Apple’s first generation iPhone, although it’s a bit thinner.

It’s also worth noting that the Galaxy S has just launched in Japan, where it will be carried by Docomo. The handset is still not available in many smaller markets, despite the fact that it launched in mid-July.

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