Samsung broke its previous record and in just five months sold 10 million Galaxy S 2 smartphones, considerably better than what they did with its predecessor. They are still 10 millions shy of what Apple did with the iPhone 5, but they still have to open the US market which will add a couple of more millions. With this milestone reached, the Korean manufacturer doesn’t stop here and pushes forward with three more models to be released in the next couple of weeks.
In Korea, will have the Galaxy S 2 LTE Handset, joined by the Galaxy S 2 LTE HD with both models sporting a massive 4.65 Super AMOLED display. The latter will be the first smartphone from Samsung to have a HD display with a 1280×720 resolution, meaning a stunning 316 pixels per inch. In terms of sheer power, both devices will offer more than needed with a blazing fast 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 768MB of RAM, even faster than the original Galaxy S 2. An 8 megapixel camera capable of capturing videos at 1080p in HD completes the picture and gives prospective customers another reason to wait for its release.
Samsung’s Omnia W runs on Windows 7.5 Mango and it will first hit the stores in Europe, more precisely in Italy, spreading to Latin America and then to the United States. It sports a 3.7 inch Super Amoled touchscreen with a 800×480 resolution, and it will be powered by a 1.4GHz processor. Omnia W will compete on a different market and will have HTC’s Radar as rival, but with these features it has an excellent chance of winning the contest. For those who are in love with Samsung but are looking for a smaller device that runs on Windows 7.5 Mango, Omnia W will be the natural choice.