Samsung has announced that the combined sales (to channels and distributors) of Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 has crossed 50 million globally. Samsung Galaxy S that was launched in June 2010 sold 24 million units and the Samsung Galaxy S2 sales crossed 28 million units, 13 months after its debut. Samsung Galaxy Note that was launched last October topped 7 million units in just 7 months. It crossed the 5 million mark in March. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 sales surpass 50 million globally”
I had heard a lot about the sales and speedy performance of the Samsung Galaxy S 2 from various reviews and friends who had already bought the device and I was very excited when it finally came to me for review, and I was certainly not disappointed, the device was extremely lightweight and blazing fast. Now I have used the SGS2 for about a month and I would like to say that this is one of the best devices out there, powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core processor and a quadcore GPU. This review will mainly concentrate upon performance of the device and benchmarks.
Android 2.3.4 was leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S 2 just yesterday and already the custom ROMs have shown up. This particular ROM is DarkyROM2 with version XXKG1 which is Android 2.3.4. This is just the stock ROM which has been deodexed. So if you won the SGS 2 and wish to use Android 2.3.4 leaked ROM then you can follow the procedure below.
It looks like Samsung is on a roll and giving out updates for their devices on a really fast pace. This time it’s an update for the popular Samsung Galaxy S 2 which has been selling like hot cakes, even though it has not been released in the U.S yet. Good news for the SGS2 users, Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) was leaked for their device bringing the latest gtalk with video calling. Apart from the latest gTalk, the new update will also include better power management which is said to decrease the battery consumption.