‘Samsung has sold 4.5 million Galaxy Note 4 units in one month’
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has gathered strong sales after all, even as most analysts didn’t predict the flagship phablet doing well as it’s predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Sometime around this time last year, a Samsung top official told the world how the tech giant was selling more or less 1 million mobile devices every single day. We don’t know if Samsung is still doing that after the rise and rise of cheap startups like Xiaomi and Apple’s alliance with big-screen smartphones, something Samsung is popular for among the top 2 phone companies in the world.
The most important news in this article is that Samsung has sold 4.5 million Galaxy Note 4 smartphones since the device went on sale a month ago. The Note 3 had similar success (only better) at this point of it’s life during last year with 5 million units sold under 1 month.
It’s important to NOTE that the Galaxy Note 4 had been available in Korea alone during most of the course of it’s one month availability while the Note 3 was available in 69 countries at it’s respective first month.
Analyst have said that Samsung is expected to sell around 9 million units of the Galaxy Note 4 by the end of this year. And now, with 4.5 million down, the remaining 50 % is expected to go buttery smooth as demand for the stylus-equipped smartphone is high in most markets.
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