Samsung today officially unveiled Galaxy S II in South Korea. Company’s flagship Android device will go on sale this week in the home country with all three major telecom operators. KT, SK Telecom and LG U Plus will sell the smartphone for KRW 847,000, or $790 [without subsidies].
Samsung also announced its plans to release the device in 120 countries around the globe with the help of 140 telecom operators by early June. Company is trying to achieve 10 million sales without giving a time-frame. Galaxy S2’s predecessor has already sold more than 14 million units worldwide.
Powered by 1.2 GHz dual core processor and Android 2.3, Samsung Galaxy S II features 4.3 inch display, 8MP rear camera with 2 MP front camera, 16GB internal memory and 1650 mAh battery.