The Galaxy S series has always been the most profitable brand for Samsung, while the Note has only just started to really take shape. The Galaxy Note 2 hit around thirty million earlier this year and the Galaxy Note 3 should smash this record.
To celebrate this moment, Samsung has released an info-graph named “10 Million Seller Club” showing all of their very successful smartphones. This dates all the way back to 2002, when the SGH-T100 was released, back then we didn’t have any nice brand names.
The Galaxy Note 3 has been the most readily available Note to date, already offered to 82 markets around the world and added onto all four US carriers and plenty of carriers worldwide. It is also available in five colors, including Merlot Red and Rose Gold that were just added recently.
Samsung has been on a stampede with both their Galaxy S and Galaxy Note line, expanding the brand from a small fighter in the arena against the HTC, BlackBerry and Nokia giants to the worlds largest smartphone manufacturing, conquering Apple’s ownership and taking the lion share of Android.
The South Korean electronics giant has failed in some areas and there is questionable intent in their various models of the same device, looking to try and fight whatever new smartphone or trend comes out, making sure they keep control of Android.
Whatever the case, Samsung have made real surges with both the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3, they may not be the most well design devices, but they certainly pack a mean performance punch and offer a compact experience not many other providers can offer.