Samsung’s Galaxy Note has been one of the oddest and most successful Android phones to date, offering a huge display that borders a tablet. you know, that phone-meets-tablet device with a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED HD display, a special stylus called S Pen, and Android Gingerbread (upgradeable to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich).
Samsung doesn’t believe this is enough though, and is aiming to sell 10 million by years end. Considering how popular the phone is, and the fact that it is now offered in the US, it does not seem like an impossible goal.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is already available in the US via AT&T (since last week, for $299.99 on contract), and it might also be launched by Verizon, although the largest US mobile carrier hasn’t confirmed anything about this.
Earlier this week Samsung also announced the Galaxy Note 10.1, another addition to the Note line. Featuring the same S pen stylus as the original Note, it’s sure to attract a good number of sales if it has the right price. On top of that, Samsung will probably announce more Note products this year. All of this could lead up to 10 million Note sales, creating a new market dominated by Samsung.