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A strong case for smartphones with large(r) displays: Samsung Galaxy Note II has sold 3 million units in just over a month
Posted By Ashraf On November 2, 2012 @ 11:30 AM In Android | No Comments
While it may not be the same blockbuster hit as its brother the Galaxy S III  or its rival the iPhone 5 , the 5.5-inch bahumet Galaxy Note II  is making a strong case for manufacturers to incorporate large(r) displays into smartphones. How exactly is the Note 2 making this point? By selling three million units in just over a month.
Yep, you heard that right. The “phablet” with 5.5-inch display  has been bought by 3 million people since it debuted at the end of October. The kicker? The Note 2 hasn’t even hit the United States yet (it is slated to appear in the US later in November), meaning the phone isn’t done selling yet. In fact, with carrier-subsidized pricing on this side of the Atlantic, the Galaxy Note 2 may even sell faster here than it did in Europe and Asia.
Are you watching, Apple ? Sure not everyone wants a smartphone with a 5.5-inch display (myself included), but you would be wise to give people the option to have an iPhone with a display larger than 4-inches.
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 Galaxy S III: http://dottech.org/tag/galaxy-s-iii
 iPhone 5: http://dottech.org/tag/iphone-5
 Galaxy Note II: http://dottech.org/tag/galaxy-note-ii
 5.5-inch display: http://dottech.org/78279/samsung-galaxy-note-ii-pushes-the-boundaries-packs-5-5-inch-hd-super-amoled-display-powered-by-jelly-bean-and-quad-core-processor/
 Apple: http://dottech.org/tag/apple
 Engadget: http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/01/samsung-galaxy-note-ii-3-million/
 CNET: http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/samsung-galaxy-note-2/4505-6452_7-35426722.html
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