It seems the nearly year-old Galaxy Note is putting its intimidating size to good affect by terrorizing the competition around the globe. Speaking at its Note 10.1 event on recently, the Korean company revealed the device has sold over 10 million units worldwide. That’s a pretty impressive milestone, especially since the figure was just 2 million units sold back in March, for a device that balances between a tablet and smartphone — phablet, as it’s affectionately known. The landscape is littered with no shortage of size options options, and it’s quite clear customers have taken to Samsung’s larger-screened device. Is it because bigger is better? A lot of consumers seem to think so. I wonder how well the supposed 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II will be received.
Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note Has Sold 10 Million Units Worldwide
August 16, 2012|