It was only back in September we were telling you how Samsung had shifted 10 million of its Galaxy S II handsets, giving it a decent claim on being the South Koreans' most successful ever smartphone.
Well guess what, someone in Seoul will be up for a bonus this year 'cos that number has now doubled to 20 million. That's in just 10 months, and considerably less than that if you're talking about the US, the biggest smartphone market of them all.
Samsung reckons the Galaxy S II has taken 10 months to reach a milestone that its predecessor - the Galaxy S - only achieved after 17 months (its overall total currently sits somewhere around the 22m mark).
The Galaxy S II has consistently been named the best smartphone on the market for most of those 10 months, much to the annoyance of Apple fans (most of whom completely disagree, of course). Either way, there's no doubt that its amazing screen and super-fast processor make you feel you're in the presence of something special.
Question is, of course, what's next? We're fully expecting the answer to be the obvious one: the Samsung Galaxy S III. Hopefully, we'll find out on March 15th!