Samsung has said that its new Galaxy Note 3 is far and away the most successful so far of its entire Note lineup, with 10 million units shipped in a mere 60 days. That’s twice the sales pace of the Galaxy Note II, and even pushing its sales champ, the Galaxy S 4, which took 50 days to hit that magic number.
Just around a month and a half after the Galaxy Note 3 crossed the 5 million units shipped milestone, Samsung’s latest phone/tablet hybrid has managed to double its shipment total. Samsung today revealed that shipments of the Galaxy Note 3 have surpassed 10 million total units since the device’s launch at the tail end of September. To compare, the Galaxy Note II took 4 months to cross the 10 million units shipped milestone, while the original Galaxy Note reached the same mark in 9 months. The Note 3 is currently available in a total of 58 countries around the world, and Samsung says that sales of its newest Note family member remain high in China, other Asian countries and in Europe.