By Chris Smith November 25, 2012 0 100 726 15 Samsung is on track of selling over 60 million handsets this quarter, according to some estimates, and given that we’re in the highly productive Christmas quarter, we wouldn’t be surprised to see that happen, especially considering Samsung’s mobile sales so far this year.Advertisement To help get the company to that milestone, we have two high-end Android devices that are still selling like hot cakes, the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2. The former has already passed 30 million sales since being introduced in late May, while the latter has apparently topped 5 million sales in just around two months. Just a few weeks ago we heard that the Galaxy Note 2 had already passed the 3 million mark, and it looks like the company is ready to sell even more second-gen phablets as the device become available in more and more markets. Comparatively, the original Galaxy Note reached the same milestone in two months. What about you, Android Authority readers, how do you feel about buying a Galaxy Note 2 this Christmas? Or have you already purchased one? In case you’re still not decided whether buying a 5.5-inch smartphone is the right thing to do, you can certainly check out our extensive Galaxy Note 2 review to help you make up your mind. 0 100 726 previous postWhy LG dropped the idea of 4G in Nexus 4next postHTC Deluxe DLX apparently not hitting Europe?