The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 hasn’t been in the market for long. And the company has already accomplished a major feat if media reports are to be believed. Samsung claims that the phablet has surpassed sales of 4.5 million units in just under a month after it was first launched in South Korea. Since then, the Galaxy Note 4 has seen gradual launch in the regions of Asia and more recently the United States. It’s safe to assume that most of the sales are coming from Asia as the handset hasn’t been available anywhere else.
The report comes from a South Korean news agency, with no confirmation from Samsung as of yet. Generally in such cases, shipments are confused for actual sales, so we’ll reserve judgment for until Samsung makes it official. But it does seem plausible given that the Galaxy Note 4 is one of the best handsets money can buy right now with its gorgeous Quad HD AMOLED display, accompanied by the powerful Snapdragon 805 chipset and the 16-megapixel camera.
The sales figures could increase even further in the coming weeks with the Galaxy Note 4 landing on American shores very recently. What do you make of these figures?