Samsung has officially sold over 300,000 Galaxy S devices in South Korea. In just a month, Samsung has managed to push around one million Galaxy S devices worldwide in Europe and Asia. SK Telecom, Sammy’s South Korean service partner, confirmed the South Korean numbers on Tuesday.
SK Telecom released the Galaxy S to consumers on June 24th of this year. According to Yonhap News, Shin Jong-kyun, President of Samsung Mobile recently said he expects carriers to sell around ten million Galaxy S devices.
Samsung will make its United States push in two days as the Samsung Vibrant for T-Mobile releases. Just three days after, AT&T will launch its Galaxy S called the Captivate. Releases of the Epic 4G from Sprint and Fascinate from Verizon are expected within the next two months.
Galaxy S devices should be a dominating force in the Android market as the Samsung phones seep into the market. And, online developers will have a chance to bring custom ROMs as the Galaxy S has already been rooted.
All of the Galaxy S devices that come to market will feature Samsung’s exclusive 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, Android 2.1 (with 2.2 coming soon), and a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor. The phone should be extremely fast and it’s already posting some amazing GPU benchmarks.
Check out the promotional video below for the Samsung Captivate, launching on AT&T on June 18th for $200.
For more info on all of the Samsung Galaxy S devices, check out our Galaxy S Phone Guide.