After revealing two new phones last Thursday, the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+, Samsung have released more information on their plans for the future and how they intend to market their latest devices.
While the Galaxy Note devices have sold well globally, it seems Samsung has a plan to divide these two new phones up depending on the market in each country. A spokesperson for Samsung later stated: “The market availability of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 will vary according to consumer needs and the specific market situation. The Galaxy Note 5 will be introduced in the US and Asian markets in August, and Samsung will look at further opportunities to launch Galaxy Note 5 in other markets.”
Unfortunately for those in the UK, this means that the Galaxy Note 5 is only launching in the US and Asian markets for the time being. However, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will be launching in the UK, though it won’t be available until sometime in September.
But all is not lost; the final inclusion of the message from Samsung does suggest that we may see the Galaxy Note 5 in the UK eventually, but until we hear any further details about this we can only speculate.
So, do you agree with the marketing fashion that Samsung has now adopted? Were you hoping to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5? Let us know what you think!