Samsung added to its holiday lineup of phones and tablets Wednesday, including a refreshed version of the Galaxy Note "phablet."
That's a cross between a phone and a tablet, in case you hadn't guessed.
Really, it's more an extra-large phone that comes with a stylus, and was one of the stars of Samsung's launch at the IFA show in Berlin.
Samsung gave the U.S. audience a good look at the original Galaxy Note at the beginning of the year at the Consumer Electronics show, where it showed off the Note's unusually large 5.3-inch screen, which gives it quite a bit of girth for a phone. Consumers, apparently, have been undeterred — earlier this month Samsung announced that it's sold 10 million Galaxy Notes in the 10 months it's been on the market.