Samsung Galaxy Note 2 seems to be the numero uno device for the South Korean company as the phone/tablet hybrid has sold 3 million units according to information released by the firm. Galaxy Note 2 has reached the 3 million figure in 37 days, which is five times faster than the selling rate of the original Galaxy Note.
Galaxy Note 2 was not well received by people and some technical avenues, who echoed the same concern, that the 5.5-inch screen would prove to be major hindrance in the sales. The sales figures have proven otherwise, since the sales continue to grow at a rapid state despite the unavailability of Galaxy Note 2 in the US.
Commenting on the huge success of the Galaxy Note 2, a statement form Samsung read, “It means the new product category we pioneered has successfully established itself among global consumers at last. The rapid Galaxy Note 2 sales have a meaning of not just creating a new category of smartphone, but also of popularizing the category.”
Samsung is no stranger to high sales as S3 smartphone from the Galaxy flagship amassed the figures of 20 million in 100 days after its debut. Samsung has recently released the smaller variant of Galaxy S3, which is slated to be available from November 8 in the UK. The South Korean company also unveiled Galaxy Premier for eastern markets.
With Galaxy Note 2 sales numbers soaring high, the company would be expecting Galaxy S3 mini to continue the trend created by the Galaxy flagship devices.