Samsung has announced that company has sold over two million units of its Galaxy Note phablet till now. This device had gone on sale in October 2011 in markets across the world. This milestone is certainly a big feet for the company as Samsung Galaxy Note isn’t everyone’s device.
Company now wants to sell 8 million more units of Note by the end of 2012 and plans to release more devices in different display sizes with S-Pen support. It has already launched one Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC yesterday.
In terms of overall target, Samsung is aiming to double its smartphone and tablets sales this year and should get help from the upcoming successor of Galaxy S II.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 now official (androidos.in)
- MWC 2012 Day Round-up – Samsung, ZTE, Lava, Asus launch Android devices (androidos.in)
- Is Samsung working on a Galaxy Note successor? (androidos.in)
- Samsung Galaxy Note Review (androidos.in)