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Dec 29, 2011

1 Million Galaxy Notes Shipped Worldwide

The Galaxy Note, Samsung's unconventional powerhouse, has managed to ship 1 million units in under two months. While eager US customers still wait for the 5.3-inch tabletphone hybrid to arrive on their shores, the Galaxy Note has apparently struck a chord in Europe and Asia.

The number of units shipped is always more substantial than the number devices out there in end-users' (preferably large) hands, but it bodes well for the device's eventual reception in the US. Now, whether it will include an LTE radio, we'll have to wait and see.
 
 

8 comments:

Stone Computer Services said...

I still want the Galaxy Tab 10.1!

BragonDorn said...

I am a apple guy myself but I have been thinking about switching..

hipster.brah said...

Ooh! Still ify on just ditching android phones and getting a apple but samsung products are improving.

YeamieWaffles said...

It's insane that these guys are doing so well. It's great new competition is rising, that's never anything bad so it's quite a good achievement.

Ryno said...

i need one of these things!
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anoymous said...

1 million? that is a bit excessive rite?

R said...

Wow, that's a huge number!

Atley said...

tablet phone hybrid? weird... you will need to have a side holster for that thing if you really want to carry it around with you. They just need to invent the holographic interface or like... folding paper thin phones. but this still looks cool. just not practical.