Samsung GALAXY Note II sells 5 million units globally and stars in new ad

Samsung GALAXY Note II sells 5 million units globally and stars in new ad
Back in September, roughly a couple of weeks before the launch of the Samsung GALAXY Note II, Samsung's top mobile dude made a prediction. J.K. Shin said that the Korean based manufacturer would sell 20 million units of the phablet in one year, twice as many as the original generation model sold. Once it became apparent that the device was going to sell like hotcakes, the clicks of the counter started to drown out all other noise. Inside a month, 3 million units had been sold and now, the latest count from the Korean manufacturer shows that 5 million Samsung GALAXY Note IIs have been purchased globally. At this pace, Shin's estimate might be a bit light.

We also wanted to show you the latest ad for the Samsung GALAXY Note II. The spot shows how the device, and the S Pen, can make people creative, especially when making a unique birthday card. If you haven't seen the commercial on your television yet, click the play button on the video below.

source: SamsungKorea (translated) via Engadget

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