Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Seven Million Unit Sales For Samsung Galaxy Note

Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Note
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Although the Samsung Galaxy Note is not the first smartphone / tablet hybrid to be offered in the market, it has achieved remarkable sales since it was initially released into the market.

As compared to the Dell Streak 5, which was released into the market prior to the Samsung Galaxy Note, the Samsung hybrid became quite popular among consumers. In fact its popularity resulted to the coining of the word “phablet”, which was used for specifically for the Samsung product.

The popularity of the Samsung Galaxy Note reportedly resulted to sales reaching five million units according to the South Korean manufacturer.

The impressive sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note appeared to continue as Samsung reportedly revealed that sales of the phablet have already reached the seven million mark. Since the device was released last October, it means that at least one million Samsung Galaxy Note units were sold every month.

The recently released figures for the Samsung Galaxy Note shows the popularity of the device despite it being a niche product since it is bigger than an average smartphone but smaller than the average tablet.

Earlier reports had hinted at the possibility that the Samsung phablet was not supposed to enter the US market however AT&T was reportedly able to include the device on its product lineup. This may have contributed to the seven million unit sales of the smartphone / tablet hybrid product of Samsung.

Among the notable features of the Samsung Galaxy Note is the S-Pen stylus, which is fully optimized by the Premium Suite of apps that come with the device. The phablet recently received the Android 4.0 update, which adds more features for the popular smartphone/tablet offering of Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy Note comes with a dual-core 1.5GHz Scorpion processor on a Snapdragon chipset. The 5.3-inch Super AMOLED display is the main feature of the device, which also features an 8MP rear-facing camera and a 2MP unit in front.

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