Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Breaks Ten Million Sales Mark
Phablet surpasses milestone in just two months
Samsung has seen 10 million units of its Galaxy Note 3 handset shipped in just 60 days, making it the most successful device in the Note line-up.
Reaching the milestone almost twice as fast as its predecessor, the Galaxy Note II, the Note 3 is just behind the Galaxy S4 flagship, which took 50 days to break the magic sales figure.
Rolling out on September 25, the large handset follows on from the success of the previous Note models and is a sure-fire indicator of the latest device’s popularity.
The Korean firm’s first Note took nine months to hit the 10 million mark, while the Note II took four months.
Unveiled as an improvement on its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a mammoth 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display and a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, supported by an unprecedented 3GB of RAM.
Available in 58 countries, Samsung highlighted that the Note 3 has seen mass popularity in China thanks to its innovative S Pen feature and has just launched two new colours there.