Samsung has sold around 3 million Galaxy Note 2 units in just one month's time, according to recent reports.
The company announced this news recently and is on pace to meet J.K. Shin's original expectations. The head of Samsung's Mobile Unit had high hopes for the smartphone-tablet hybrid.
Before the official launch of the Galaxy Note 2, Shin predicted that the device would sell 20 million units after just one year. With this news of 3 million sold in just one month, the company is on pace to exceed that prediction and blow past the sales of the original model.
This will also put Samsung in a place where it could beat out Apple in the smartphone sales department.
In other Galaxy Note 2 news, Samsung has posted up its new docking accessory for the device onto its U.S. webpage.
The component has some exciting features, including a full-sized HDMI output capable of 1080p video support, a 3.5-millimeter audio output, and three standard USB ports for hooking up peripherals to the device.
With all of these different features, this dock can turn the Galaxy Note 2 into a small computer once it is hooked up to an HD television.
Unfortunately, the dock is not yet available for purchase and Samsung has stated that customers won't be able to get their hands on the accessory for another two weeks.
The accessory costs $100 and will make the Galaxy Note 2 a much more useful device.
The Galaxy Note 2 has been launched in the U.S., but some customers are still waiting for the phablet to ship and will not receive it until late November.
The device was released on all of the major U.S. carriers last week.