Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sold out in Korea under 9 hours
While Apple is enjoying hundreds of thousands of customers lined up outside it’s stores in the streets of United States Of America, Samsung is happy to have it’s own loyal streak of fans back home in South Korea.
Official statistics coming from Korea says the biggest carrier there, SK Telecom, has sold out it’s stock of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in pre-order under a space of 9 hours while KT and LG Uplus managed to exhaust their stock in 72 hours.
This year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was released (released, not the same as announced) earlier than anticipated because of threat from Apple’s new kids on the block which featured a 4.7″ iPhone 6 and a 5.5″ iPhone 6 Plus that falls into the phablet category of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4.
In Korea, the Note 4 comes at a cheaper pricing when compared to last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which was launched at 1,067,000 Korean won or $1,025 but the former is available at only 957,000 Korean won or $920.
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