Samsung Galaxy S Tops iPhone in Korea, Over 10 Million Sold by Year-End

Samsung Galaxy S.JPGSamsung has sold two million Samsung Galaxy S phones in Korea, more than the 1.8 million iPhones sold since November last year.  It looks as if the Galaxy S will be the first Android-powered
smartphone to hit the 10-million mark in worldwide sales by the end of
this month.  Sales reached on Samsung Galaxy S phones worldwide were 9.3 million as of
Friday, December 17.

The iPhone 4 reached 14 million in global sales in
October.  Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablet surpassed the 100,000 mark in Korean sales and surpassed the one-million mark
worldwide.  Samsung Electronics expects to sell up to 25 million smartphones by the
close of

The Samsung Galaxy S series of phones in the United States includes the Samsung Epic 4G, Samsung Fascinate, Samsung Captivate, Samsung Continuum and Samsung Vibrant.  Three models of Samsung Galaxy S phones appear in Wireless and Mobile News' Top Ten Best Smartphones Review of Reviews.

The Samsung Epic 4G is expected to get an update to Android 2.1 Froyo on December 26.  It is not clear if the Samsung Galaxy S phones will get an update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
All Samsung Galaxy S phones
have a super fast 1GHz hummingbird processor with efficient 3D graphics
processing, Super AMOLED 4-inch touchsreen, 5-megapixel camera,
microSD, Wi-Fi, and Android 2.1.  Samsung has added on TouchWiz software
for a social hub as well as a media hub for online viewing. 
Differences come in the amount of internal storage, size of the microSD
card included, mobile hotspot capabilities, keyboard style, and the speed
of data networks.

Many of the Samsung Galaxy S phones were named in Wireless and Mobile News' Review of Reviews Top Ten Best Android an' Droid Phones Now an' Later.