Samsung's latest phablet-style smartphone, the Galaxy Note II, has proven its worthiness over in the states, but what about in the company's own home land of South Korea? It turns out that Samsung has sold one million Galaxy Note II units in the motherland alone, just over 90 days after launching back in September.
Samsung announced last month that they sold over five million Galaxy Note II units worldwide, and it's very likely that number has grown since then, and will continue to grow for some time now. Sales of the Galaxy Note II were three times higher than its predecessor as far as early sales numbers are concerned.
The Galaxy Note reached 10 million-unit sales in 10 months after launch, but the Galaxy Note II is expected to reach that milestone in half the time given the current momentum that it has. Samsung says that a variety of new applications along with S-Pen functionality mostly contributed to the continued popularity of the device.
The Galaxy Note II features a gigantic 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1280x720 resolution. On the inside, there's Samsung's own Exynos 4412 quad-core chip clocked at 1.6GHz paired with 2GB of RAM and up to 64GB of internal storage. It also comes packing with a huge 3,100mAh battery for all day productivity.
[via MK News]