11 million Samsung Galaxy Note 4 units will be shipped this year — Analyst
According to a statistics from Hyundai Securities, the analysts believe that Samsung will be able to ship at least 11 million Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge smartphones before the end of the year.
However, the same source says that Samsung will likely face manufacturing issues with the screen of the Note 4 Edge, thereby, running out of supply. Also, this will see both smartphones not being able to jointly top over their predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3, in sales.
It’s important to NOTE that these are just the opinions of the analyst. We might see the Samsung smartphones doing better or even worse than predicted. Until then, stay tuned to BestMobs.
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