Samsung has shipped its millionth Galaxy Note II “phablet” in South Korea just over 90 days after its launch, according to MK News (via Sammy Hub , h/t to TNW ). The South Korean multinational conglomerate announced last month that it has sold over 5 million Galaxy Note II units globally and, if its current momentum continues, the device might hit 10 million sales by next month. This latest milestone is yet more proof that consumers have become increasingly accustomed to gigantic smartphones that can, in a pinch, serve as a handy disguise by masking your entire face. In just little over a year, Samsung “phablets”–specifically, its Galaxy Note series–have made a significant impact on smartphone and tablet design, arguably beating Apple in innovation as they left their mark on the iPhone 5 and the iPad Mini. Other Samsung smartphones have done extremely well: the Galaxy S3 overtook the iPhone 4S as the world’s bestselling smartphone in the third quarter of 2012 and gained an 11 percent share of all smartphones shipped globally, according to a November report by Strategy Analytics .
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