Back in October Samsung announced that it had shipped 5 million Galaxy Note 3 after its launch in September 35. Today via their Korean Corporate blog they let know the world an impressive figure of 10 million shipment units in 3 months of its debut. Now to put this 10 million figure into some perspective, it took four months for the Note II and nine months for the first Note to hit the same milestone.
Samsung has been able to impress upon the users by building upon the S Pen functionality of the Galaxy Note 3 with impressive array of features as well as coming up with a quick shortcut plate, Air Command to access the multitude of features. Since the launch of original note, the Note series has also seen the display size been increased in subsequent releases alongside making it more ergonomic and reducing the bezel to keep it practical.
It also recently announced that it has sold more than 100 million Galaxy Smartphones this year. Great going Sammy. The first quarter of 2014 would see many new Galaxy releases and also the next generation Galaxy S5 about which various rumours has already started flying.