Samsung has really got another big Android hit on their hands in the Galaxy SII. In the first 72 hours of being available in South Korea, over 120,000 units of the superphone were sold. To put in perspective, when the original Galaxy S debuted, it sold 50,000 units in the same time-frame, and that was considered a big deal at the time. Keep in mind that the new Galaxy SII did come out on multiple carriers this time, as opposed to only one for the previous model. Still, these impressive numbers speak for themselves, and it only just builds more anticipation for the phone to be released here in the United States.
My only question in reference to this is... Are they selling so well because they come with the above girls as accessories? If so, I'll take those two "models" right there.
Source: Android.net via Phandroid