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    Galaxy Note 3 shipment passes 10 million units

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    Last updated: December 23rd, 2013 at 12:07 UTC+01:00

    Samsung has confirmed the global sales of the Galaxy Note 3. In just 2 months, Samsung has managed to move over 10 million units of the Galaxy Note 3 globally. This figure reflects the supply side of the sales, which in simpler terms, is the shipment done to the carriers, retailers.

    This Galaxy Note is undoubtedly the best selling variant for Samsung since the first Galaxy Note took about 9 months and Galaxy Note II took 4 months to reach the same sales figure.

    The phone is enjoying some good sales in the Asian countries, especially in China where the inclusion of S Pen coupld with handwriting recognition makes it easier for consumers to write.

    You can read our review of the Galaxy Note 3 (LTE version) at the link below.

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