Samsung Galaxy Note 3 joins 10 million club

In only 60 days, 10 million customers swipe up the phablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has taken notes from 10 million wallets. Samsung has announced it has sold 10 million Note 3 phablets in just 60 days -- clearly the new faux-leather styling is a hit.

The original Note was a surprise hit in 2011, as phone fans went nuts for the huge screen and S Pen stylus. Both the original Note and its follow-up, the Note 2, also sold more than 10 million, but the Note 3 has outstripped both in its rate of sales.

To celebrate the milestone, Samsung has compiled a list of its phones that join the 10 million club. The first Samsung phone to do so was the T100 back in 2002.

Read more of "Samsung Galaxy Note 3 joins Tocco Lite in 10 million club" at CNET UK.

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