Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sales: 10 million in two months

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sales: 10 million in two monthsDespite initial fears that reaction to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – as far as sales go – was a tad lukewarm, JK Shin was quick to yell that the phablet in fact shifted five million units in its first month.

That trend has continued, literally, with Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sales now said to stand at an impressive 10 million after two months.

That’s what we’re reading over on Samsung Tomorrow Global, with the South Korean manufacturer welcoming the Galaxy Note 3 to its burgeoning 10 Million Seller Club, which - incidentally - features all Galaxy S and Galaxy Note handsets to date.

To give the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 sales figures some context, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 sold "just" five million in two months, while it took the original Galaxy Note five months to move five million units.

A Google translation of Korea’s Samsung Tomorrow explains that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been particularly successful in Asia, including Korea and Japan, while it’s “captivated the minds” of Chinese consumers on account of the “very convenient way to enter characters” with the S Pen.

Other Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs include a 5.7in 1080p display, 3GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or Exynos 5 Octa processor. Not too shabby.

If anyone would like to buy me a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for Christmas, that’d be lovely. Thanks in advance.

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TJ Skywasher  Dec. 10, 2013 at 16:57

I don't tend to believe a word Samsung says when it quotes supposed sales figures. It's likely shipped 10 million into the distribution channel and retailers, but I doubt there's 10 million customers who have their hands on one. They just like to big up their numbers with made up figures.

corgi74  Dec. 11, 2013 at 13:20

I don't tend to believe a word Samsung says when it quotes supposed sales figures. It's likely shipped 10 million into the distribution channel and retailers, but I doubt there's 10 million customers who have their hands on one. They just like to big up their numbers with made up figures.

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