South Korean mobile maker Samsung has announced that it has sold over three million units of its Galaxy Note II smart phones in a little over a month after its launch.
The South Korean firm, which was the world's largest maker of smart phones in the July-September quarter, said it took 37 days for the oversize smart phone to reach the sales figure.
The Note II was released first in South Korea in September and in the US and other countries in the following month, the Daily Mail reports.
The Note was one of the few 5-inch smart phones in the market when the first model was unveiled last year, making some people believe it would become a 'tweener' that is neither a tablet nor a smart phone.
According to the paper, the Note series is one of the two key mobile devices from Samsung on the high-end smart phone segment, along with flagship Galaxy S III smart phone.