Samsung Galaxy Note 4 launched globally
A fortnight after the device broke cover at the 2014 IFA, Samsung has NOTED their latest phablet flagship for a worldwide release.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will first of all land in Samsung’s home country of Korea, where SK Telecom, KT and LG U+ are all offering the smartphone. SK Telecom are to begin taking pre-orders for the smartphone starting from Thursday 18th September. Meanwhile pricing hasn’t been made known to members of the public.
In the UK, Clove will be offering the 5.7″ stylus-enabled phone at ₤479.17 (roughly $785), and pre-orders begin tomorrow. Shipping will start arriving by October 13th.
Finally, in China, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 can be expected via JD.com, who will be selling the device at a price that should be similar to the UK pricing.
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