Apple brought the iPhone and the iPad, and Samsung has reinvented the concept of super-smartphone with the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 series, the company’s first phablets.
It seems that Samsung dominates this niche having not less than 5 million Galaxy Note 2 units shipped world wide. But it South Korea the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 reached a new milestone: 1 million units were sold in the Asian country.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 reached the 1 million units threshold three times faster than the first generation Samsung phablet.
The next milestone should be at 10 million units shipped world wide, and, to be honest, I wouldn’t be surprised at all to hear that Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will reach this threshold too, in the coming weeks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the most powerful smartphone or device currently sold by Samsung, boasting a powerful Exynos 4 Quad chipset with four Cortex A9 cores at 1.6 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, 5.5-inch display with Super AMOLED technology and HD resolution, 8 megapixel camera with full HD 1080p video recording support, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box and a 3,100 mAh battery.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 impresses with its dimensions, applications and the TouchWiz user interface that separates it from other Android-powered smartphones, its S-Pen stylus, and its overall speed.
The South Korean company did an amazing job when it came to its collaboration with the carriers, therefore the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is available in almost every country in the world where a big carrier is activating.