Over 30 Million Samsung Galaxy Note II Units Sold

By 04:44 Sat, 17 Jul 2021 Comments

The Samsung Galaxy Note phablets are some of the best-selling smart devices around – the original Note has around 10 million sales to date, while the outgoing Note II has reached 30 million.

There numbers come from general manager of Samsung Taiwan's mobile communication team Andy Tu. This sounds about correct as JK Shin himself (Samsung Mobile's chief) assumed that the Galaxy Note line has srecent over 38 million a couple of weeks ago.

The Galaxy Note II has come a long way since it srecent 3 million units a month after launch and reached 5 million units srecent another month later. The pace is accelerating, however, as the original Note took until March 2012 to hit the 2 million imprint and it launched in October 2011.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that the recent Galaxy Note 3 will see a similar jump in sales but we're waiting for the quarterly report from Samsung to see if the phablet will be mentioned alongside the Galaxy S4 as one of the hottest sellers (the S4 passed 20 million as early as July). Korean site ET News claims the Note 3 isn't doing too hot in its home market, in part due to a government crackdown on subsidies.

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