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Galaxy Note 3 sales surpass 10 million units in 60 days

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A month ago, Samsung announced that they sold 5 million Galaxy Note 3 smarphones in its first 30 days. According to new data released today, demand is still high for this 5.7-inch device: Samsung has declared 10 million units have now been sold.

The company also created a fancy infographic to show the Note 3 milestone with others in the ’10 million seller club’ (Galaxy S, Galaxy SII, Galaxy SIII, Galaxy S4 and Note II).

The Note 3 launched in Canada on October 4th across a number of carriers: Rogers, Bell, TELUS, Videotron, WIND Mobile, Eastlink, MTS, Mobilicity and SaskTel. Make sure you check out our Note 3 review here.

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Source: Samsung Tomorrow

  • derpp

    10 million douchebags using an oversized phone

    • thepeddle

      uh oh…did a little sheep get their feelings hurt again

    • Super_Deluxe

      Don’t worry, he’ll be able to get one once Apple approves them to their sheeple. They might even get to use anything over 5 inches by next year!

    • derpp

      Sheep? I use a nexus 5 lol

    • StevieY

      So you’re a neckbeard

    • Mawhayden

      Grow up bud, the 1st comment was dead on….

    • Plazmic Flame

      He’s mad because he has to charge his iPhone three times a day, while the Note 3 is only changed once every two days. Here little sheep, let me wipe your tears with my S-pen, lolololol

    • framing god

      It’s called choice. Available in every major os except Apple.

    • BetelgeuseOrion

      if you think the N3 is over sized, what are nexus 7/ipad mini/nexus 10/ipad users then?

  • Dariusz Stochmal

    Note 3 is great phone when it works, I had mine replaced 3 times now.

    • hebdo27

      Stop making hard love to it every night and it might last longer….. :)

    • Dariusz Stochmal

      Can’t resists it’s multitouch…

  • JTon

    I’ve noticed that big black dudes love the note series. Makes perfect sense to me

  • MXH070

    Ha. Wasn’t the exact statement Samesung released for the Galaxy S4 and at the same time cut monthly production of the S4 by 35% a week after . Blah blah Samsung so bad wants to be Apple Soooooooooo bad.

  • EllSee

    serious question: does this phone also melt and catch fire like S4 does?

  • Skippypaccino

    I’ve lost most interest in Samsung phones…When the big battle between Apple & Samsung started I chose my allegiance (Samsung) but later came to a conclusion that it wasn’t Samsung I cared for , it was the Android ecosystem…

    Now a couple of years after the great battle I found myself not wanting to support Samsung. They got to big for their own good. The bigger they grow the less choices we will have. We gave them this power and they are starting to use it to destroy any competition that gets in their way (all we want is apple brought down a couple of pegs)…Anyone that dares releasing a new phone is greeted with a negative Samsung add towards their product (the future is already here) or a blatant ripoff in the next version of their flagship Android device. Are we in love with Android or Samsung?

    I’m loving the direction Sony his heading…nice looking phones with a water proof twist. I find myself cheering for them since i deemed them the underdogs of the Android marketplace.

    Well i’m not in the market for a new phone till Nov 2014…My nexus 4 will have to keep satisfied till then…

    • Mawhayden

      Totally agree, it seems we are replacing Apple’s arrogance with Samsung arrogance….either one is not a choice I would like….the more competition and choice, we will be better off.

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