Samsung confirmed earlier this year it planned to unveil its Galaxy Note 8 at Mobile World Congress, and the company did just that earlier this week as they look to directly compete with the iPad Mini. And now that MWC is officially over, Samsung is reportedly very confident in its ability to sell the Android-powered tablet.
According to Taiwanese site DigiTimes, Samsung is aiming to ship around one milling units of the Galaxy Note 8.0 every month. This isn’t the first time the company has shown its confidence in selling its Galaxy products as earlier this year, they believed they would sell 10 million Galaxy S4 smartphones every month.
We know a lot of you like the Galaxy Note 2 and the iPad Mini’s success shows there’s a market for smaller tablets. But would this translate to one million Galaxy Note 8.0 sales on a monthly basis after it’s released? Only time will tell, although we think Samsung may be overshooting the amount of Galaxy Note 8.0s it’ll sell on a monthly basis.
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