Global sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 have passed the three million mark in a little over a month.
One of Samsung’s most successful products to date, the 5.5-inch phablet reached the figure after it was launched in September, just 37 days ago.
The Note 2 is selling faster than its predecessor did, more than three times faster in fact. The original Galaxy Note took almost two months to sell one million units.
The Galaxy Note 2 runs on a Quad core 1.6GHz processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. It also comes with a stylus for note taking.
Back in September, Samsung celebrated its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3, reaching 20 million sales in 100 days, making the handset Samsung’s most successful phone yet.
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