Samsung Galaxy Note Surpasses More Than 7 Million Shipments

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Indiscriminately, Samsung is now the world leading Smartphone manufacturer, followed by Apple. Besides, Samsung is also the world leading mobile handset manufacturer, pull out Nokia to second notch. On May of this year, Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S III model and it has got 9 million of pre-order since its announcement. Last year, the company experimented on the screen size of Tablet and Smartphone and released a hybrid device “Galaxy Note”, having 5.2-inches screen size. It was initially lashed out by worldwide detractors, despite of these, it has proven itself in the market. Today, the company has reportedly declared on its website that Galaxy Note has surpassed more than 7 million units shipments around the world.

It’s the second time when Samsung has officially released sales figure of Galaxy Note Phablet (hybrid of Smartphone and Tablet). Before this, the company released 5 million shipments Galaxy Note device in March of this year. The company has outstandingly sold 2 million units device in just two months, 1 million unit shipments in every month. Indeed, the flagship will surpass 10 million marks later this year. The device has especially been designed for large-screen Smartphone enthusiasts– those think that the Smartphone screen size is too small, but Tablet screen size is too big. However, the device has incredibly been designed and equipped with number of features.

Yesterday, Samsung announced that Galaxy S and Galaxy SII smartphone have crossover 50 million shipments. The company has sold more than 28 million Galaxy SII model since its launch in the last year . Undoubtedly, Samsung Galaxy SII is going to set a new record and really, the device has contributed the company to be a world leading Smartphone manufacturer.



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