The Samsung Galaxy S may not be an iPhone killer, but it is certainly the most successful Android smartphone to launch since the original Droid. Samsung has just sent out a press release announcing that the two released Gal S variants, the Captivate and Vibrant, have sold over one million units across the United States. And that's just for T-Mo and AT&T.
When the Epic 4G launches on Sprint and the Fascinate hits Verizon, we can expect these numbers to soar even higher. At this rate, it isn't outlandish to predict over two million Galaxy S units sold nationwide by the end of the year. This news bodes well for the Samsung Galaxy Tab which can now brag relation to the most successful next-gen Android phone family.
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