Sprint says that this still "marked the largest quantity of a single phone sold in one day ever for Sprint." The operator, however, is not releasing its sales figures for the EVO yet.
Here's an overview of the big-screened Galaxy S from IntoMobile:
UBM TechInsights says that the A4 chip used by Apple in the iPhone 4 is made by Samsung and some of the same technology is turning up in that vendor's phones. "By investigating the Samsung S5PC110A01 application processor and comparing it to the A4 application processor found in the Apple iPad using our specialized lab techniques, we were able to confirm that not only is Samsung the manufacturer of both application processors, but both application processors feature the same 1 GHz ARM Cortex A8 core manufactured using a 45-nanometer low-power fabrication process," reports Young Choi, senior manager of the Technical Intelligence Group.
For more, see:
- O2 Offers iPhone 4
- AT&T to Offer iPhone June 24
- Qualcomm Invests in Anteryon
- Qualcomm Samples Snapdragon
- Telefónica Explores MeeGo
— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Light Reading Mobile