Samsung announced that its newest phablet, Galaxy Note 4 will go on sale on Sept. 26 in South Korea and China. After that, the phone will be available in 140 countries at the end of October.
Marketing schedule is actually much faster than originally planned by Samsung. They changed their minds as anxious to see the enthusiasm of consumers to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
To the local media in Korea, a senior Samsung said that the company is targeting sales of 15 million units of Galaxy Note 4 within 30 days since its launch. In comparison, Apple has sold 10 million units of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus only in a week.
Specifically for the Chinese market, the Galaxy Note will precede the iPhone 4 6, and has officially arrived this weekend starting Friday. In addition to Note 4, Samsung actually has a superior product that is no less good, the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Alpha Edge, and of course the Galaxy S5.