With the new phone on the toe, launching tomorrow the Samsung’s flagship much-awaited Galaxy S III phone in London, the company announced this morning that it has reached 2 million Galaxy Note smartphone sales in South Korea in April, achieving the milestone that it had set within the six month period after the device launched domestically. The company also states that for April, sales of its LTE Galaxy Note accounted for 67% of domestic LTE handset sales, holding 64% of the 1.52 million total device sales in the country. The company further says that China, Spain and France contribute the largest share of purchases in its overseas markets, matching the markets that saw increased sales in December where shipments were “on the rise in Europe and Asia including France, Germany, Hong Kong and Taiwan”.
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