After announcing its intentions to launch the Galaxy Note 4 in over 140 countries by the end of October, Samsung is offering up more details on when the device will be available in countries across the globe.
In the South East Asian markets, Singapore will be the first country to receive the Galaxy Note 4, with the device scheduled to launch on October 11. Singapore is followed by a launch in India on October 10, Thailand on October 13, Myanmar on October 15, Cambodia on October 17, Vietnam on October 24, and Laos, Indonesia & Philippines on October 25.
In the US, the Galaxy Note 4 will be launching on October 17, which is the same day most countries in Europe also receive the device. Based on the region, Samsung will launch the Snapdragon 805 variant or the octa-core Exynos 5433 version.
How many of you will be picking up the Galaxy Note 4 once it launches?
Source: Facebook (Samsung Mobile)
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