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Samsung announced today that it has sold over 300 mobile phones so far in 2011, breaking its old record of 280 million annual mobile phone sales in 2010.
Samsung is attempting to upstate Apple's iPhone 4S launch in Australia by giving people in Sydney a chance to buy a Galaxy S II smartphone for just $2 in a storefront nearby Apple's store.
Samsung has reported solid preliminary financial numbers for the just completed third quarter of 2011 that are much better than previous estimates for the company.
The recently launched AT&T version of the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone has a big security flaw that lets any user unlock the phone with little effort.
Samsung's Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone has hit another sales milestone with the company announcing it has now sold 10 million units of the product.
After months of waiting, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have finally announced they will soon offer Samsung's Galaxy S II smartphone for its customers.
The Galaxy II S mobile phone from Samsung is doing pretty well, thank you very much. The device was launched over in Europe in May and the Android OS-based device has apparently become a big...