Samsung has shown that it’s not afraid to tout the shipment numbers of its flagship Galaxy S and Galaxy Note hardware, and today that company shared the latest shipment total for its newest phone/tablet hybrid device. Samsung has told the Yonhap News Agency that his company has shipped over 10 million Galaxy Note 3 units in the month and a half since its late September launch. The Galaxy Note II took 4 months to ship 10 million units, while the OG Galaxy Note took a full 9 months to reach the same figure.
Originally introduced at IFA 2013 in September, the Galaxy Note 3 has since made its way into 58 countries around the globe. In the U.S., the Note 3 is available on all four major carriers as well as U.S. Cellular. Samsung reports that its device is enjoying strong sales in Europe and Asia, especially in China, and with the holiday season underway, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see manufacturer and operator promotions help Samsung’s newest phablet to continue to rack up big shipment figures. Have you used a Galaxy Note 3 yet? If so, what do you think of it?
UPDATE: Samsung has confirmed on the official Samsung Tomorrow blog that the Galaxy Note 3 is now a member of its “10 Million Seller Club,” joining devices like 2002′s SGH-T100 flip phone, 2006′s SGH-D900 slider and the original Galaxy S.