Samsung moves 5 million Galaxy Note II’s around the world
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note II has topped 5 million units, barely two months into its life cycle It’s not clear where this global figure is the for retail sales or overall shipments, however it’s a commendable figure nonetheless. Assuming Samsung uses the same metric for all over sales marks, it’s right in the thick of other top-selling Android devices. How high will the number go? Samsung hopes for at least 20 million.
Are you one of the 5 million Galaxy Note II users? Any plans to join the family in the coming weeks and months?
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