It seems that Samsung has been able to establish its Galaxy Note devices as a successful product line in the smartphone market. The demand for the devices is fairly good and the company has been able to sell 3 million units of its new Galaxy Note 2 within 37 days of its release.
When Samsung initially launched the original Galaxy Note, many were skeptical that the device, being somewhat of a hybrid between tablet and smartphone, may not pick up. Moreover, it came with a stylus which many deemed as rather obsolete.
However, Samsung proved these speculations wrong by making Galaxy Note a success. The stunning 5-inch display of the device won millions of users. In Galaxy Note 2, Samsung took things a notch higher by packing a 5.5-inch display.
Again, some critics stated that users would rather prefer a mini tablet rather than go with a smartphone-like product which has such a huge display. But Samsung again made it a success. Galaxy Note 2 packs some top-of-the-range features such as a quad-core processor, 8 megapixel rear camera and Android Jelly Bean. Together with a mesmerizing 5.5-inch display, it is no wonder that it has fast become among the most successful Samsung releases in the smartphone/tablet market.
The company has now revealed that within 37 days of the device’s launch, it has been able to sell a whopping 3 million units. Compared to the original Galaxy Note, Note 2 is being sold three times faster, which shows that the demand for Galaxy Note products has surged.
According to Samsung, “It means the new product category we pioneered has successfully established itself among global consumers at last.”
Courtesy: The Inquirer