The Galaxy Gear smart watch is looking popular, as Samsung has reportedly boasted of its wrist-occupying device hitting the 800,000 sales mark.
Reuters quotes the South Korean tech giant as saying the Gear is, "The most-sold wearable watch available in the marketplace."
The Gear would have hit the impressive sales figure in around two months, having gone on sale alongside the Galaxy Note 3 in late September. I've contacted Samsung to confirm the figures, and I'll update this story if I hear back.
Samsung may have spoken out about the Gear's success in a bid to counter claims that its smart watch has been a flop. A recent report in Business Korea claimed that sales were a meagre 50,000.
If true, Samsung's 800,000 sales certainly give hope for the company's smart watch, though the quirky gadget hasn't been well-received across the board.
Meanwhile, a leaked report from late October suggested that one US retailer had seen a third of all Galaxy Gears sold returned to shops.
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