Samsung pushes back launch of Galaxy Note 7 in Malaysia also
When Samsung was launching the Galaxy Note 7 and planning the production, they would have considered the fact that it is a pretty high priced smartphone and would have wanted to keep the production at a minimum. However, this decision might just be akin to them shooting themselves in the foot as the preorder figures for this smartphone has soared so high that they are having problems keeping up with the already scheduled release dates.
We reported earlier that the phablet would be pushed back in countries such as Ukraine for close to a month because of demand elsewhere and now, Samsung has taken the move to other markets too. In Netherlands, Ukraine and Russia, the delay was quickly confirmed but Samsung has now moved to the Asian continent to announce the delay there via a letter now.
In Malaysia, the launch date has been shifted from the 19th of September as earlier touted to a much later date which has not even been disclosed. It is possible that Samsung is pushing back on some markets so that they can cater to those markets that are better profitable and really, can one blame them for this?
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