Yonhap wrote that Samsung attributes the strong sales of the phone to the apps that come with it:
The Galaxy S smartphone is tailored to better cater to South Korean consumers, the company said, with pre-loaded applications from South Korean bookstores and portal Web sites.
Unwired View adds that to boost sales of their Galaxy S family, "Samsung’s betting not only on Asian and European markets, but also on North America, where different versions of the smartphone will be launched via major carriers like Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Bell."
Phandroid thinks "Samsung’s looking to hit a stride in the smartphone market that they arguably haven’t enjoyed since the introduction of the Instinct."
AndroidandMe also writes that when "the Galaxy S hits store shelves at all four major carriers in the U.S. and the other 110 nations across the planet, the Galaxy S is surely destined to be the top selling Android handset of the year." Unwired View suggests that the Galaxy S might even "become Samsung’s most successful smartphone ever."
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Source: Yonhap News