To all the naysayers who thought the Galaxy Note wasn’t going to be a hit, it looks like you were wrong. According to the latest figures released from Samsung, they’ve shipped over 5 million units of the Android phone since its launch last October. A 3 million increase over its previous milestone reported only earlier this month. Now we know that the number of units shipped doesn’t equate to the number of units in the hands of consumers worldwide but it’s got to be a pretty significant number for Samsung to ship out as many as they did (even elephants seem to love the Note!).
It’s probably never going to reach Galaxy S2 or iPhone 4S proportions but hey – it’s a start for a device that people thought was too big or DOA thanks to Steve Jobs’ views about styluses on phones. Anybody picked up a Galaxy Note recently?
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