On Monday, Samsung announced that the company has sold about five million units of their Galaxy Note II ever since the debut of the device last fall season. This is considered a new milestone in the company’s line of successes.
With the indication that Samsung has pushed over two million units of its super-sized smartphones for November alone, the company had already published that it surpassed three million in sales early on this month.
For the second Note device, the figures are pretty impressive with its features of 5.5-inch display and has become the lead example of the category referred as “phablet.” This category is recognized as the one that links tablets and phones.
The clear success of the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II may present an appetite for much larger phones that can function both as smartphone and a small tablet suited for video, reading, and Web-browsing.
The figure of Samsung internationally revealed it did not surpassed sales for U.S., wherein the device is available on Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T.
According to the Korean Yonhap News Agency, however, analysts from UBS said they believe the newest Note could sell as many as 7 million units by the end of the month. Overall, the analysts said, Samsung could sell as much as 63 million smartphone units by the end of 2012.
Moreover, according to the Yonhap News Agency in Korea, UBS’ analysts commented that they agree that the current Note device could sell as many as seven million units when the month ends. In general view, Samsung could sell more than 63 million units of smartphone by the end of the year.