Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Samsung announced that it has already been sold 10 million copies of his new phablet Galaxy Note 3 in just 60 days of marketing. But it is the level of sales to merchants, not to end customers.
|Samsung Galaxy Note 3|
The Galaxy Note, from Samsung, is just the mother of all phablets, these smartphones widescreen approaching tablets. Its success can not be denied, especially with its new Galaxy Note 3 version, released on September 25. The Korean manufacturer also boasts a dramatic announcement to have been 10 million units in two months.
With such a result, the Galaxy Note 3 joined in previous versions, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2, who had also reached the mark. Except that it had asked the first nine months and four months for the second. Progress is therefore undeniable.
But be careful, this figure of 10 million units is to be taken lightly. As usual, Samsung communicates on the number of products sold to dealers, not those who have actually been sold to customers. A number are certainly still stock ...
Going back in the history of phones from Samsung, is the SGH-T100, a clamshell model, who was the first to reach 10 million units in 2002. All generations of smartphone flagship brand, Galaxy S (from 1 to 4 pending 5) have also crossed the bar.