Samsung has stated today in its blog post that they have been able to sell 10 million units of its highly successful phablet – Galaxy Note 3. According to Samsung, this figure of 10 million has been achieved in two months. Interestingly, Samsung’s earlier versions of Galaxy Note series namely Galaxy Note II took four months, and the original Galaxy Note took nine months to reach the 10 million mark.
The Galaxy Note 3 was launched in over 50 countries, and as stated by Samsung in its blog, is most popular in countries like China, Japan, South Korea and Southeast Asian countries. In India, Galaxy Note 3 was launched at a price of Rs. 49,900, and currently it is available in the price range of Rs. 46,000.
The Galaxy Note 3 sports a 5.7-inch full HD Super AMOLED (1920 x 1080) screen, runs on Android 4.3 OS, and is driven by a 1.9 GHz octa-core processor. It has 3GB RAM, and comes with 32GB internal storage along with an additional microSD card slot. This device is equipped with a 13 megapixel rear camera with Smart Stabilization and high CRI LED flash and 2 megapixel front camera. This phablet is packed with powerful and longer lasting 3,200mAh battery. Connectivity options on the Galaxy Note 3 include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS/ GLONASS, NFC, Bluetooth v4.0 (LE), IR, and MHL 2.0.
The key feature of Galaxy Note 3 is its advanced S Pen, which is designed to be fully functional as a communication driver between the phone and the user by creating essential input and control features.