Samsung projecting 20 million Galaxy Note II sales

Samsung projecting 20 million Galaxy Note II sales

Samsung has really high expectations for its big, and now annual Android smartphone.  Not the Galaxy S III,  mind you, although it is off to quite a start of its own.  No, this time we’re talking even bigger than that. Yep -Samsung expects that they could move 20 million of their Galaxy Note II handset.

Speaking with reporters recently, Samsung’s JK Shin indicated that sales of the upcoming handset could eclipse the 20 million mark.

”Sales may grow more than two-fold (compared with the previous model),” -JK Shin

As to when the handset actually gets released, well it sounds like “some time in October” is the new answer.

Via BGR

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