Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is more popular than anyone expected, so after we’ve heard earlier this month that Samsung sold over 3 million units globally, now we discovered that the shipping figure for Galaxy Note 2 has surpassed 5 million units. The 5.5-inch terminal has hit the 5 million units milestone in just two months since its market debut.
The first Samsung phablet, Note N7000 was announced in September 2011, then released in October 2011. The predecessor of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 needed five months to reach a similar sales performance.
As you probably know, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comes with a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display, a quad-core Exynos chipset developed in-house by Samsung and clocked at 1.6 GHz, plus 2 GB of RAM. Galaxy Note 2 also features an 8 megapixel camera mounted on the back of the device and the phablet packs a new S Pen stylus with over 1,000 pressure levels. The 5.5-inch Samsung phablet also stands out with his battery life. The device comes with a 3,100 mAh battery capable of keeping it awake through 2+ days of moderate usage.
Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a unique Multi Window multitasking system, that involves running two apps with full functionality on half the screen and alternating them by drag and drop. Besides the ingenious split-screen multitasking the device also allows you to perform various activities using the S Pen, while the S Note app comes with math formulas, geometrical shapes, handwrite text recognition and many other more.