Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 handset took a month to reach 10 million and it remains the South Korean company’s best-seller but Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Note 3 has reached the same total in two months, making it the fastest selling device in the Note range.
The original Note reached the milestone in nine months, the Note II took four months to arrive at the same number and the Note 3 has now halved the time taken by its immediate predecessor. Samsung says that China and other Asian countries contributed to the rapid sales of the company’s newest flagship phablet.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 was launched in September this year in 58 countries around the world. Reaching figures of 10 million sold in the time it has managed makes it look like the larger form factor isn’t quite as niche as it was originally thought to be.