Samsung Galaxy Note II Sells More Than 5 Million in 2 Months

Despite Apple’s patent violation claims, Samsung’s Note smartphones are hot items on buyers’ list worldwide. The company announced that Samsung Galaxy Note II sold more than 5 million units in 2 months.

Samsung promotes the Galaxy Note as the younger, more tech-savvy and fun alternative to the iPhone, which based on their commercials, is something your parents and grandparents are now thrilled about. Samsung has been poking fun at Apple’s iPhones for a while now, and it looks like commercials hit their targeted audience. In just two months, Samsung Galaxy Note II sold more than 5 million units worldwide.

Samsung Galaxy Note II is a hybrid between a smartphone and a tablet and many have argued people won’t buy it because of its size. The 5.5 inch smartphone looks like it would be uncomfortable for phone calls, but once you get to actually try it, you’ll see how fun the Samsung Galaxy Note II actually is.

The 5.5 inch smartphone/tablet comes with a stylus and features a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, 64GB of storage that can be expanded to 128GB with memory cards and 2GB of RAM. The device was released only two months ago, on September 26, 2012, but it already got the attention of 5 million clients.

On October 24th, Samsung released Samsung Galaxy Note II in the United States and sales continued to remain strong. In the first month, Samsung sold three million units and although it hasn’t equaled the success of Galaxy S III, it’s only a matter of time before Samsung will have yet another successful smartphone/tablet ravaging the US market and giving Apple executives nightmares.

Just two months since the release, Samsung Galaxy Note II has already caught Apple’s eye. The company added another six Samsung devices to the list of products it wishes never to see them in the US again. Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 WiFi, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Samsung Rugby Pro and Samsung S III Mini are now the subject of the current patent warfare between the Apple and the South Korean producer.

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