Samsung ships 5 million Galaxy Notes in 5 months

By Esat Dedezade on Mar 29, 2012 8:23 AM
Filed under Mobility

Phone-tablet hybrid proves popular.

Samsung has announced it has shipped an impressive five million Galaxy Notes over the past five months, showing that size (for some people at least), does matter.

The big selling point of the Galaxy Note is of course its huge 5.3in elephant-friendly screen, and although it's Ice Cream Sandwich update might not be out till June at the latest, the list of new S Pen-friendly features should be worth the wait.

If the Note's tablet-esque form factor is still too big for you slender mitts then don't forget that Samsung might be officially announcing the eagerly-awaited Samsung Galaxy S III on March 30th.

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