Galaxy S II to Sell More Units Than Droid Bionic?
Mashwork, a social media listening firm, has apparently gathered some social data regarding both the Galaxy S II and the Droid Bionic, and the hype seems to be pointed toward the S II. Apparently, 68% of the group that Mashwork collected data from are interested in buying the Galaxy S II when it lands Stateside, while 32% are interested in shelling out the money for a Droid Bionic. So, underneath all the numbers and data mumbo jumbo, the Galaxy S II appears to be a better-selling device than the Bionic, even though both devices have yet to be released in the U.S. It seems that Samsung has a leg up on Motorola with this one, as more people want to buy the GS II.
Now, this is only based on a small group of people, and it could change once both devices launch. Still no official launch date for the Bionic, but it’s definitely headed for a record. It was announced back at CES in January, and 6 months later, it has yet to hit shelves. And if Sammy has anything to say about it, the Bionic won’t be on shelves for very long.
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