Since its late September launch, the Galaxy Note 3 has sold over 10 million units, making it a member of a surprisingly non-exclusive Samsung club.
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Both the original Note and the Note II both sold over 10 million, but the Note 3 has done so in a shorter time period than its predecessors. It's not too surprising, either — as we said in our review, the Note 3 "is a beautifully designed, powerful smartphone that is positively packed with genuinely useful features".
Over on the official Samsung Tomorrow blog, they've compiled an infographic on all of the company's phones in the "10 million seller club", and it's a surprisingly long list.
In all, there are 14 handsets in the group, starting with the SGH-T100 back in 2002. Of course, all four Galaxy S phones are there, and we'll be very surprised if the Galaxy S5 doesn't join them soon after launch.
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