Samsung Galaxy Note II Eyes a 20 Million Sales Point Initially

September 27, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Do you think there is a saturation point for smartphone sales in the globe? Samsung Galaxy SIII has touched a 30 million sales mark, iPhone 5 has also sold millions by this time.

Is there still space for a new device in the market? Even if you doubt it, Samsung does not. That is why they are expecting that they can still move a whopping 20 million units of the Galaxy Note II.

As we reported that we have found a mysterious device at the FCC gates a while ago, which is widely rumored as the imminent Galaxy Note II, the device is grabbing more attention in the buzz, indicating that Note II could be another Android device which is going to garb much pre-release attention, just like the S3 device.

Samsung thinks Note II can work miracles in the market. Despite all the rivals present, Samsung’s top brass believes that the Note II can triple the sales in the first few months than the original Note.

To make the reality closer to the expectations, Samsung has inked deals with not less than 260 network carriers in 128 markets across the globe. It is expected to help the Note II to have a better presence across the global market than the original Note.

In the US, five major carriers are ready to add the device to their network which includes – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and US cellular. Are you going to grab this device?

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