Samsung: 5 million units of Galaxy Note II sold worldwide

At the beginning of November, Samsung had announced that its 5.5 -inch phablet, the Galaxy Note II had surpassed the milestone of 3 million units sold.


And today the company has announced that it has sold 5 million units of the Galaxy Note II worldwide in a matter of just 2 months.

The Galaxy Note II went on sale just back in September and the demand for the phablet has indeed been great. It is to be noted that the original Note took 5 months to achieve this feat.
Samsung had also announced at the beginning of the month, that its flagship Galaxy S III smartphone went on to cross the 30 million units sold milestone in just 150 days which another great achievement for the company.
To refresh the Galaxy Note II arrive with a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, is powered by a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor coupled with a 2 GB RAM, there is an 8 MP shooter at the rear and the smartphone gets all its juice from the 3100 mAh battery. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is the OS it runs on and find detailed specifications of the phablet, over here.

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