It looks like Samsung has taken to Flickr for some bragging. Yes, to Flickr. The details are coming by way of the official Samsung Tomorrow photostream and they are letting us all know that they have ‘shipped’ more than 1 million units of the Galaxy Note. Of course, while an impressive number, we have to point out that this is shipped as opposed to sold. In other words, we are unsure as to how many of these Galaxy Notes are in customers hands and how many are sitting on store shelves. Either way though, shipping more than 1 million is still an impressive feat. And in other news, those in the US who are itching to get their hands on, it looks like your time will come in 2012. According to the general sounding details provided by Samsung; “The speed of the global sales is expected to accelerate further next year when it will be available in the US.”
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Samsung Electronics Ships over 1 Million Units of Galaxy Note Globally
Samsung’s flagship smart device Galaxy Note has reached 1 million global shipping.
Samsung Electronics said on the 29th that it has shipped more than 1 million units of Galaxy Note globally. The worldwide sales of Galaxy Note are also on the rise in Europe and Asia including France, Germany, Hongkong and Taiwan. The rapid global sales of Galaxy Note are notable since it is creating a new market for something between smartphone and tablet pc. The speed of the global sales is expected to accelerate further next year when it will be available in the US.
Recently, Financial Times reviewed highly of Galaxy Note, commenting it as“a happy medium for consumers who want to carry just one device, rather than both a smartphone and a tablet and whatever other portable gadget they pick up on their way out”.
A Samsung official also said “1 million global shipping of Galaxy Note means it has well positioned itself as a market creator,” also adding “Samsung will continuously strengthen its leadership in the global smartphone market as well as create new markets with innovative devices.”