Samsung Galaxy Note II – Ready to Create History with 5 Million Sales Volume in Two Months!!

Crossing sales of nearly two million units in merely a time of three and a half weeks, Samsung is all set ready to create wonders in smartphone market by selling more than 5 million units of its highly appreciated phablet, Samsung Galaxy Note II. This smartphone is available for Rs. 35,999, which is a little bit higher priced than the third generation iPad from Apple. Within the first 5 weeks of its launch in the market, the company announced that Samsung Galaxy Note II had topped sale of 3 million units and now Samsung has come up with another piece of news that this amazing phablet has passed over a huge sale of another 2 million units in a time span of nearly 3 weeks.

Samsung Galaxy Note II was unveiled first at IFA on 29th August, 2012, and was launched in India on 27th September, 2012, with a price of Rs. 39,990 that was brought down later due to the intense competition in the smartphone market. Samsung Galaxy Note II is a smartphone tablet that is bestowed with a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen that is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 2. It has the most amazing S-Pen Stylus functionality that makes the experience with this droid unforgettable. Powered by a quad core Cortex A9 1.6GHz processor, Galaxy Note II runs on Android version 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system and has TouchWiz user interface on top of it.

The noteworthy 8 megapixels auto focus primary camera supports LED flash and there is a secondary 1.9 megapixels secondary camera also for video calls. The external memory can be extended up to 64GB and the internal storage capacity is up to 64GB, depending upon the variant you purchase. The powerful lithium ion 3,100 mAh battery delivers a long battery backup time.

Recently, Apple has also launched its Apple iPad Mini and the fourth generation Apple iPad 4 with Retina display in the Indian market. There is going to be an extensive hard core competition between the two rivals, where currently Samsung is heading the competition with Samsung Galaxy Note II in its hands.