Last month, LG unveiled the Optimus Pro G for the Japanese market. It is a smartphone with a five inch diagonal which screen comes with a resolution of 1,920x1,080 pixels. It was promising device, but now they decided to improve it a bit.
Good news just can’t stop coming from Samsung. The Korean giant once again reported on successful sales of the Galaxy Note II. Although this smartphone started selling in October, Samsung cited at the beginning of this month that 3 million units have sold. Now they have taken a step further and achieved another milestone.
According to estimates by UBS firm analysts, Samsung could deliver in the fourth quarter around 61.5 million "smart" mobile phones, or about 5% more than in the previous quarter. Even with ongoing patent war with Apple they still manage achieve extraordinary market results. Obviously the customers see that they truly have one of the best smartphones in the world at the moment. On top of their flagship model Galaxy S3 they released Galaxy Note 2, a hybrid form of a smartphone and a tablet, and that proved to be a big plus for them.
Today Samsung announced some great news. Their new 5.5-inch device, the Note II, will be coming to all major US carriers soon. The new Note will be available in November, and will launch on pretty much same the carriers as its smaller brother the Galaxy S3 did. So far there have been leaks about Verizon's Note II and also some screenshots have confirmed that it will be available on T-Mobile too. That is big turnaround, since the first Note was available exclusively on AT&T in the US. Samsung officially confirmed that it will be available on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, The Now Network and US Cellular by mid-November.