Samsung has shipped five million Galaxy Note 2 devices globally
Five million Samsung Galaxy Note 2 devices have now been shipped globally
Samsung has shipped five million units of its Galaxy Note 2 handset worldwide – a massive increase from figures released at the beginning of November.
At the start of November Samsung confirmed that it had sold around two million Note 2 devices. Now, less than a month later, that number has jumped to five million.
Globally launched and available everywhere from here to the US to Asia, Samsung’s 5.5-inch Galaxy Note 2 ships with a stylus, awesome battery capabilities, and Android 4.1. The company has confirmed that the device is selling exceptionally well in all regions.
It’s yet to catch up with the Galaxy S3, that’s still Samsung’s big seller – and by quite some way, too. But shifting five million units of a device that many labelled as stupidly big is testament to Samsung’s knack for developing products that it knows customers’ want.
Samsung, in a press statement, confirmed that it would do its best in the future to maintain its current product innovation, so expect to see lots more innovation from Apple’s arch-nemesis during the coming year.
Samsung is tipped to launch the successor to its Galaxy S3, known as the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the second half of 2013. Expect huge changes, lots of new hardware, a larger display, improved design, and a super-charged processor.