Samsung’s phone-tablet the Galaxy Note 5.3 made an impression thanks to its massive screen when it launched earlier this year, and it looks like the whole world thinks so too. According to Samsung today, the company has shipped over a million units of the Android device since its release in late October. The phone has been mostly selling well in Europe and Asia and is steadily making headway in countries like France, Germany, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The Galaxy Note hasn’t been released in this side of the world yet, but let’s hope Samsung doesn’t take too long or it might risk end up being outdated before it even sets foot on US soil. How many of you are still holding out for the Galaxy Note?
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