Announced back in August, with availability in September Samsung today confirmed to Associated Press that it has sold 3 million Galaxy Note II units in just a mere of 37 days. The device, actually better to termed as phablet, selling much faster than its predecessor as the original Galaxy Note version took two months time to hit the 1 million mark although a total of 10 million units sold out in nine months time.
If you missed out, the phablet features a bigger screen display of 5.3 inch, super AMOLED with Android Jelly Bean version on board. It further features quad-core processor with the 8-megapixel camera, 1.6 GHz, Cortex A9 CPU with all over the top Corning Gorilla Glass 2. Still not purchased it, go and have a rush.