At the beginning of November Samsung announced they've sold more than 3 million Galaxy Note II phablets and now, merely a couple of weeks later, we get word that this number has grown to north of 5 million.
It took the Galaxy Note II just two months to achieve this impressive milestone. Part of the device's success is due to its wide availability, as Samsung has made the Note II available in 128 countries. Nevertheless, 5 million units in just 2 months is mightily impressive.
In comparison, it took the original Galaxy Note 5 months to reach the 5 million sold units mark.
The company's flagship, the Galaxy S III, is selling like hot cakes as well and recently hit 30 million shipped units since its launch back in May. Everything points out to another strong quarter for Sammy.