Samsung sells 1 million Soul devices in 1st month

Friday 20 June 2008 | 16:35 CET | News
Samsung has sold one million Soul phones, featuring touch icons in the first month of its sales, reports Telecoms Korea citing a statement from Samsung. In the UK, the first two weeks sales amounted to 80,000 units, while German sales exceeded 150,000 units in one and a half month thanks to hero marketing activities with German football player Michael Ballack. Samsung plans to launch the phone in China, Southeast Asia, and Russia to continue the momentum. The phone is also set to be released by SK Telecom and KTF in South Korea.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Germany / United Kingdom / World
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