Samsung announced today that it sold roughly 3 million Galaxy Note IIs since the phablet launched over a month ago.
The company specified to the Associates Press (via USA Today) that it took just 37 days to hit the sales figure:
The South Korean firm is pinning its hope on the Note II and the S III to maintain its market lead during the crucial fourth-quarter holiday season, when a number of new gadgets are vying for attention from consumers in the crowded market.
A new report by IDC gives support to Samsung’s unverified claims: the research firm revealed Samsung sat at No. 1 in terms of the global smartphone market for Q3 2012 with 56.3 million sales—doubling Apple’s 26.9 million in iPhone sales.
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