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Samsung: 3 Million Galaxy Note 2 Units Sold In Just Over A Month


Haters gonna hate, lovers gonna love....but hate it or love it, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is on fire. Samsung recently reported sales numbers for their newest phablet, and it seems they have yet another winner on their hands. In just over a month, Samsung has already sold 3 million Galaxy Note 2 units, which is literally selling more than 3 times faster than the original Note. Haters, eat your heart out.

While those aren’t panning out to be Galaxy S3 numbers (20 million in 100 days), it’s pretty evident that the Note 2 will easily surpass its predecessor in both sales and popularity. This time around, Samsung released the Note 2 on multiple carriers (Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and US Cellular) in the US, which was a luxury the original Note didn’t have.

Samsung is also stepping up the marketing for the Note 2, with basketball superstar LeBron James appearing in their newest commercial (here in Germany you also see an ad for it every 7 min on TV). I have had my Note 2 for a few weeks now, and I have to say that I’m more and more amazed by it everyday. It’s actually so good, that for the first time in my Android addicted history, I prefer it over the current Nexus device. I don’t know about you guys, but that says a lot in my book.

So congrats to Samsung for producing yet another Android winner. Now if only the rest of the Android OEMs could follow suit.

Source: Engadget


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  • I'm not hating (just don't R Kelly on me (lol) .... every single time a new Consumer Electronic good using Android OS enters the market, its older version gets repurposed to the No Contract market with updated software already included (I'm just waiting for the Samsung Note I to show up as No Contract) ....

    C J

  • It's not actually available in the U.S. yet. Verizon says it'll ship by Nov 27th but AT&T isn't giving a date at all. As impressive as it's sales are, it's still too early to tell how great they may be.

    *edit* Trying not to hate the rest of you for already being able to get your hands on it :)

  • Hey Eric I played a little with the phone on a retail store and the only thing I didnt like was the Amoled display as it really oversatured some colors it looked weird.
    Other than that its simply amazing. I didnt use Nexus 4 obviously, but I think Note 2 is still better than that. Better than any phone in market to be accurate.

    And just curious, how is the phone when playing big games like Horn or Wild Blood. Are there any lags?

  • Amen to that! :)

  • It has to be a smash hit. This is the best phone I've ever had. I've only used it for a week now and I just simply LOOOVE it. I'm just glad I waited for it. Good things do come to those who wait (I know its a cliche but its true). I was always afraid of the size but after a few days I god used to it and now the size just feels normal to me. Can't imagine using something smaller in the future. If you where thinking of getting this phone and your just not sure yet, I would urge you to go down to your local electronic store and spend a little time with it. Believe me you would love it.