Samsung GALAXY Note II sells 3 million units globally in one month

Samsung GALAXY Note II sells 3 million units globally in one month
The Samsung GALAXY Note II is another big winner (pardon the pun) from the Korean manufacturer. After one month of availability overseas, the phablet has rung up 3 million units in sales. You might remember that Samsung's J.K. Shin said that 20 million units of the 5.5 inch device would be sold after 1 year, double the amount that the original Samsung GALAXY Note managed to hit.

With Verizon and AT&T taking pre-orders for the device, there are many more sales ahead to count. Launching on all four major U.S. carriers is a good way to get a boost in those numbers. But as hot as the Samsung GALAXY Note II is, and make no mistake that it is hot, the phablet will be hard pressed to match the 20 million units sold by the Samsung Galaxy S III after its first 100 days on the market.

source: SamsungTomorrow (translated) via Engadget

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