The phablet Galaxy Note 4 sells good enough during its first month of sales but slightly less than the Galaxy Note 3 last year.

The Galaxy Note 4 phablet was unveiled at the IFA 2014 in Berlin in September and the tough task of continuing the success of the range launched in 2011. The great advantage of this smartphone embarks a QHD display, a high-end processor and metal finishes to appeal in the context.

Will this latest smartphone reference met some early success? According to reports from South Korea, the phablet sells out 4.5 million copies in its first month of sales.

The boost is pretty solid, especially on a period during which the smartphone has been available primarily in South Korea and China, and while it is available only a few days before in Europe.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

However, it would still be a little less than 5 million smartphones of Galaxy Note 3 elapsed during its first month of sales last year, but better than the figures of the Galaxy Note 2, which required two months to reach this volume.

Observers are sure to follow the evolution of sales of this model while the Samsung group has warned of a slowdown in activity in the mobile sector due to increased competition.