The Samsung Galaxy Note really has a lot going for it. When it comes to Super AMOLED captivative touchscreens and excellent video display and sound production in its “High-End” mobiles, Samsung never disappoints. It’s clearly the No 1 leader in mobile phone sales worldwide.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has virtually almost everything you’d expect. Surely a business companion on the go because it’s got document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF). Samsung knew it was going to be hard to take the Galaxy Note of your palms, so a high capacity battery, Li-ion 2500mAh capable of lasting for up to 11 hrs on heavy usage and 24 hrs on moderate usage.
The ergonomics is total class. So cool to feel, hold and admire. News has it that Samsung has already sold 2 million of the Galaxy Note, worldwide, forecasting a sale of more than 10 million before year end. The Galaxy S II has really done better than this so I suggest Samsung could use a little bit more optimism here in its forecast.
Increased strategic advert placements and awareness needs to be initiated which I am sure will enthuse the sales of this super smartphone towards attaining its full sales potential
Let’s see if Samsung’s enthusiasm would pay off before year end.