Samsung Galaxy Note hits 2 million unit milestone

March 1, 2012
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There were certainly those that had little faith in how well a device such as the Samsung Galaxy Note would sell, especially with the many other screen sizes currently available on the market. Nevertheless, we can now say that the Note has done better than expected. It had shipped 1 million units after two months, and has now hit 2 million after four months.

Bear in mind, these are just units shipped and not units sold. It is no where near the 20 million Galaxy S II devices they managed to ship in 9 months, so it's safe to say the Note appeals to a more particular market rather than the average individual. But more importantly, its innovation has compelled other manufacturers to follow suit, and produce their own 5-inch+ devices. Heck, it's hard to believe the stylus has made such a quick comeback.

We recently had some hands-on time with the larger 10.1 version of the Galaxy Note. It looked practically identical to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 2, and did not have the ability to dial out like a cellphone. Yet, the improved pressure sensitive digitizer makes using the pen more enjoyable. It's tough to say how well this other Note is going to do, but we'll just have to wait and find out.

[via MobileWitch]


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  • regina falangie

    i love my note. everyone in the world would want one if they gave it a chance. 

    • Sperrybird

      Bring it to verizon and i bet the sales would easily double. 

  • TechGuy-Tech

    The Galaxy S2 has been available to 300 million potential customers in North America wherea the Note is only just becoming available. Your sales figure comparison is rather meaningless. Whilst I don’t expect the Note will ever match the sales of the S2, I certainly will not be returning to a toy sized screen.

  • Sameer Singh

    This, plus the GSIII launch should really boost Samsung’s sales this year.

    http://techthoughts17.blogspot.in/ 

  • markymark5005

    In summary, the Samsung Galaxy Note is:

    1. Better than any
    smartphone – matching camera/phone features but faster processor, more
    pixels/higher resolution = more home screen icons, and a longer battery
    life!

    2. Better than any tablet – matching screen resolution and
    long battery life with any of the newer tablets, but has a better
    camera, and is still small enough to walk down the street with.

    This is the best mobile device ever made!!!

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0061YRDX6/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=emjay2d-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0061YRDX6