KOREAN PHONE MAKER Samsung has boasted that its Galaxy Note 3 smartphone has topped 10 million sales in just 60 days, making it the firm's most popular phablet device yet.
With 10 million units shifted in just two months, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has sold twice as fast as its predecessor, although it failed to match the Samsung Galaxy S4, which hit the 10 million milestone in just 50 days.
Samsung has celebrated the occasion, as we all would, with an infographic labeled the "10 million seller club" and documenting which of Samsung's mobile phones have reached 10 million sales.
There are not just high-end smartphones on the list. As well as the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3, the infographic reveals that Samsung also managed to shift 10 million units of its SGH-T100, SGH-E700, and SGH-D500 feature phones, among others.
The infographic features an empty slot for 2014 along with the question, "Which will be our next 10 million seller?"
We're not sure if there are any prizes on offer, but we're going to stick our money on the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone, which is tipped to launch in early 2014. According to speculation, this will feature a 64-bit processor, a 5in 2K resolution display, a Touch ID style fingerprint scanner and a 20MP rear-facing camera.
There's also talk that the phone will be available in two different versions at launch, one with a curved display and another without.
Samsung is also expected to add another member to its Galaxy Note lineup next year, although its specifications still remain a mystery. µ
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