It’s been common knowledge for a while now that Samsung’s Galaxy Note products have been doing exceptionally well, however, numbers tend to add another perspective. During the launch of the Note 3 today in Taiwan, Andy Nu, Samsung’s general manager for Taiwan, announced that 10 million units of the original Galaxy Note and 30 million of the Galaxy Note 2 have been sold worldwide.
Such a number puts immense pressure on Samsung and the Note 3 to hit new heights. However, it would appear that reception of the device hasn’t gone as great as Samsung hoped. In fact, some Korean carriers have been claiming that pre-orders have been disappointing.
Source – Phone Arena
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