Samsung’s “King of Big Screens” launches: Where can you get one?
We have written about it for months, we have seen leaks and reported them for weeks, we have even gotten a lot of wrong news and confirmed a series of right news more when it comes to the Galaxy Note 7 and today, we have seen the device actually start shipping as officially stated by the South Korean OEM.
The day that looked as if it would never come is now upon us, and the Galaxy Note 7 is soon to be something that we all would be unboxing in the comfort of our apartments or to other eager eyes. However, it remains to see where exactly the device can be obtained.
The list of countries where the smartphone has launched for rollout stands at ten for now and this exhaustive list includes the likes of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, UAE and in the Korean region.
Like we reported earlier, those US and Canadian resident who have preordered the smartphone with the Blue Coral colour option won’t be getting theirs for another three to four weeks. Europe would not be getting its own till 2nd September also save for a few lucky ones such as Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Ukraine.
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