Samsung Galaxy S II, the latest flagship smartphone from the South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung, is rated as the top mobile phone on the UK market, with Apple's iPhone placed only on the second position.
The UK is the second market in the world where Samsung's Galaxy S devices outsold the iPhone 4, which proves that the the new model has great chances to become the leading phone in more areas around the world as well.
The new data regarding the top ranked handsets on the UK market comes from uSwitch Mobile, which monitors the popularity and sales of these devices. The statistics are also based on Omio's network of mobile comparison sites.
Samsung's flagship device managed to make a great impression on the South Korean market as well, where it enjoyed great pre-order demand, as well as impressive first three days sales.
Last month, Apple's iPhone 4 held the crown on the smartphone segment in the UK, but it seems that Galaxy S II won't leave it have the first position on the market again.
Based on Google's Android operating system, the Samsung Galaxy S II comes with a large 4.3-inch touchscreen display, complemented by a powerful dual-core 1.2GHz application processor.
At the same time, the new device includes 1GB of RAM, along with 16GB of internal memory, and a microSD memory card slot for adding more storage space into the mix.
All these make it more appealing that Apple's device, which is powered by a single-core CPU and sports only internal memory. However, other features also make the Galaxy S a better option for users than than the iconic device from Apple would do.
For example, we should note that the Galaxy S II sports an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, and that it also comes with support for 1080p HD video recording, HSPA+ capabilities, and WiFi Hotspot features.
You can learn more on the performance of these two devices on the UK market, as well as on that of other handsets there through uSwitch Mobile.
Samsung Galaxy S II Tops Apple's iPhone 4 in the UK