by Galaxy Note
March 29, 2012 in Galaxy Note News, Galaxy Note Stories
Samsung just announced they shipped 5,000,000 Galaxy Note. 5 months, 5 millions units shipped, it is impressive! Potentially (some are still in the vendors’s warehouse) 5 million users!
For a smartphone, whose 5.3″ size was questions by many reviewerssince its initial release 5 months ago, it is a big success. 5 million buyers proved there is a genuine market for such Phablets. I like the size as written in the Size Always Matters post.
Hope Samsung can maintain the momentum and push out Ice Cream Sandwich update to Galaxy Note earlier.
What’s your opinion?
Tags: Android, galaxy note, Ice Cream Sandwich, review, ship, size, smartphone, vendor
Jerry said on May 15, 2012
I love its large 5.3 inch screen. I think the Phablet has faultless performance with versatility. Since I got it, I have never looked back. Pictures and video taken come out extremely sharp. Can touch the screen to focus on that point – or pinch to zoom in before taking the picture.
And yes…over 5 million units sold…you might want to hear what the COO of Samsung Electronics has to say about it..http://www.globalsources.com/gsol/I/Smartphones/a/9000000122769.htm
David Z said on August 4, 2012
I’m with Jerry. I was an iPhone use since it first released and a Morotola user before that and the Note was my first foray into the Android OS. It is awesome!!! I cannot believe how much I have enjoyed using it after I got used to the differences. The Note is perfect for me. The large screen size is wonderful for reading books, watching movies, taking notes (the S-Pen is a godsend for me and my work), and just general ease of use. i dont have to squint when reading the screen or bring it closer to my face or zoom in… Overall Samsung did an awesome job with the Note and I am very excited to see what the Note 2 is going bring for us.
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