Samsung sells 1 million Galaxy S in 45 days
South Korean electronics major, Samsung has said it was able to sell more than 1 million units of its popular smartphone, Galaxy S in just 45 days in the US.
The android powered Samsung Galaxy S has been very successful in the market. In the US, the device is available on most telecom networks including AT&T.
The device features a 4 inch super amoled touchscreen display and is powered by a 1GHz Hummingbird processor. The phone also features Samsung's TouchWiz 3.0 UI. The display screen similar to other Galaxy S versions with Samsung's Super AMOLED
Display technology offers bright, sharp, and colorful display. The device has a 5-megapixel camera.
The company sold one million of 1 million T-Mobile Vibrants and AT&T Captivates in the country. The T-Mobile version of device has been named Vibrant in an effort to differentiate it from others. Samsung also sells the device on the networks of AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless.
The Android powered device has capacitive touch controls on the front offering usual Menu, Home, Back, Search access like other devices on the platform. It has a volume control on the left side and a power/lock key on the right. It also features a 3.5mm headset jack on top and a microSD card under the battery cover.
The device on AT&T and T-Mobile sell their 16GB Galaxy S smartphones for $200. The company had earlier announced that it had sold 300,000 in S. Korea alone.
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