Just weeks ago Samsung announced that they’ve reached the 3 million units sold threshold with the Galaxy Note II and now they’re already announcing 5 million units moved globally. The phablet needed only 2 months to reach this milestone, while the original Galaxy Note took 5 months.

Galaxy Note II is a very sexy beast, as we detailed in our very lengthy review from here. It packs a powerful quad core 1.6 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED HD display. It also has a pretty nifty 8 megapixel camera and a very cool multitasking system, called multi window, that divides the screen up into two tasks. More tasks can be moved into the two halves of the screen, through drag and drop.

There’s also the cool stylus with Wacom technology and over 1000 pressure levels, plus the S Note app, that will allow you to draw, do Math, create tables, do collages, clip stuff from the screen and play with templates of drawings. There’s nothing you can’t do with this phablet, that can even replace a PC. So, are you one of the 5 million?