The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a follow up to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that was released last year. The new flagship Note for Samsung was released to the Korean public on 26 of September, 2014 and has been available in the market for more than a month. Officially the device launched internationally only in mid-October. This does not stop Samsung from selling 4.5 million units of the device by the end of October this year though. There is no official numbers on this from Samsung yet though so we assume that these are the rough numbers. The Galaxy Note 3 hit 5 million units sold worldwide in 28 days. As comparisons go that sounds like the Note 3 did better than the new device, but then again the Note 4 did arrive in other parts of the world slightly later than when the Note 3 launched.
With the slow quarter that they faced in the last quarter they could definitely use some good news. This news is a major boost to Samsung’s confidence in the mobile market. Experts believe also that the sales of the Note 4 will hit 11 million by the end of 2014. With improvements such as 5.7-inches QHD Super AMOLED, the choice of quad-core Snapdragon 805 or octa-core Exynos 5433, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of ROM, and the confirmation of it getting Google’s latest Android 5 Lollipop who could be surprised of the sales number. The Note line in Samsung has been strong performers too so the kind of sales figures that they are expected of would not be surprising either. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 retails in Malaysia at MYR2,499.00 and is available with plans from all three major carriers in Malaysia.