Samsung Galaxy Note II smashes the 5 million sales milestone

Samsung Galaxy Note II smashes the 5 million sales milestone
It only took 2 months for Samsung's super-charged smartphone to hit the impressive milestone, further solidifying the position of 'phablets' in the market.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Samsung reports that the Galaxy Note II has passed the 5 million sales mark since its debut around 2 months ago. The new milestone is even more impressive considering that the company managed to ship 3 million units at the beginning of November, greatly surpassing the original Note in its first month of sales.

With its sharp 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display, heavyweight 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and an S Pen active stylus that knows a trick or two, the Samsung Galaxy Note II pushes the boundaries of what a smartphone can do. On top of that, the very latest iteration of Note II also supports the blazing speeds of 4G LTE networks that take a further advantage of the device's enormous processing power.

The latest statistic also confirms that there's an ever-growing demand for smartphones wielding spacious displays. Despite receiving lot of criticism due to the unconventional size of the screen (at least for a phone), the sales of the original Galaxy Note flourished, thus helping Samsung pioneer an entirely new class of smartphones in the market.

The Note II isn't the only smartphone in Samsung's portfolio that's currently making headlines. Launched around 6 months ago, the Galaxy S III is another award-winning success story for Samsung that translated into 30 million sales worldwide.

What about you, is the Galaxy Note II already on your Christmas shopping list? Or you rather prefer the more pocket-friendly Galaxy S III?


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