Samsung had to make sure marketing Galaxy S III starting June 2. Then what about the fateof previous generations, Galaxy S II? Well, it is likely the price will be trimmed.
No doubt if the Galaxy S II has chalked considerable success. This is evidenced by sales figures reach 20 million units worldwide.
But the throne at the top Android phone Samsung has been shifted by the Galaxy S III, this phone comes with the specifications and features are much more sophisticated. Inevitably, many are curious about how the fate of the GalaxyS II?
“Animo Galaxy S II is very large in Indonesia, and if it continues so ofcourse the Galaxy S II will continueour market,” said Budi Janto, HHP Director of Samsung Electronics Indonesia.
However, in order to keep prices competitive Galaxy S II was scheduled to have the adjustmentafter the launch of the Galaxy S III later.
“The issue of falling prices there, just not yet certain how the rates are,” said Budi, after launching Galaxy S III at the Ritz Carlon Hotel, Tuesday (05/22/2012).