On-line comparison website site uSwitch has now published details that the Samsung Galaxy S II was at the top of their sales charts, according to the mobile tracker service from their Omio mobile phone deal comparative site.
USwitch.com has it that the Samsung flagship Galaxy S II was in first place, at the top of their charts and for the eighth consecutive month in a row - where the Apple iPhone 4S failed to claim the top spot.
The Galaxy range of handsets, with the S II, Ace, Nexus, Note, S i9000 were all featured within the top 10 too, during the month of December.
Whilst the newer mobiles, such as the Nokia Lumia 800 and the HTC Sensation XE were all overshadowed by the competitive pricing on older handsets in the run up to Christmas.
The Omio.com chart for December ended on the 29th, with the Samsung Galaxy S II Android at number one and Apple iPhone 4S 16GB version at the number two spot, whilst the Samsung Galaxy Ace Android was at number three.
Coming in at number four, is the HTC Wildfire S which was up one place from the previous month. At number five is the older Apple iPhone 4 16GB variation, down one place; whilst at number six is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which climbed two positions in the chart.
At seven, is the HTC Sensation Android with a nine-place ascension, and at eight, is the Samsung Galaxy Note - which went down a single position. The original Samsung Galaxy S climbed three places to nine - whilst the Sony Ericsson Arc S ended up at number ten.