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Samsung moves up Galaxy Note 4 launch in response to strong iPhone 6/Plus sales

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Samsung moves up Galaxy Note 4 launch in response to strong iPhone 6/Plus sales

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Samsung has reportedly determined to transfer up the launch of its new Galaxy Note 4 smartphone following a constructive response and strong first week sales from Apple’s new bigger iPhones 6 fashions. The KoreaTimes cited an unnamed worker in Samsung’s advertising division who stated “the constructive response from shoppers to these two Apple units prompted us to launch the Note 4 sooner than beforehand scheduled.”

The similar worker added that the corporate will probably be “aggressive in selling the Note 4 because it’s true that we're being challenged and pressured amid a troublesome state of affairs.” Another Samsung worker reportedly advised the publication that Samsung hopes to ship 15 million Note 4 models in its first month of sales. Apple this week announced it had sold 10 million iPhone 6 models throughout its first weekend and stated it “might have bought many extra iPhones with larger provide.”

Perhaps Samsung hopes it will possibly sway undecided shoppers wanting to improve to a bigger smartphone by shifting up the launch. The new Note 4 encompasses a 5.7-inch show comparable to Apple’s largest 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus mannequin. 

The firm beforehand deliberate to launch the gadget in October in Korea however is scheduled to announce a brand new September 26 launch date on carriers in the nation later this week. That’s the identical day Apple is beginning its second wave of iPhone sales in over 20 countries across the globe. The Galaxy Note 4 is available to preorder stateside as of final week with the system anticipated to ship mid-October.


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