Samsung has reached a milestone with its Samsung Galaxy Note 2, but it took some time to get there. The South Korean manufacturer has finally reached one million units sold in it's home country. Some of you may be saying "so what, the Galaxy S3 didn't take nearly as long to hit that mark", but this begs the question as to why it's taken longer to hit the milestone.
Without and access to data or trends we are only left to speculate that size played an important role in this equation. The handset has some spectacular specs and gives the S3 a run for it's money, but the handset just may be too large for most users. Perhaps Korea's smartphone culture is much different in such that they don't feel compelled to jump on the latest and greatest when they are more than happy with their current handset.
One thing is for certain though, consumers across the globe have a very strong affinity towards Samsung's Galaxy line-up.