While there were rumors going around that cited how the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is tipped to be introduced to the masses at the end of this month (which has less than a fortnight remaining) over in South Korea, it seems that those rumors might actually be spot on. Word on the street has it that SK Telecom are currently working to launch the smartphone’s pre-order campaign tomorrow, and SK Telecom will not be alone in this endeavor as business rivals KT and LG U+, too, will be on board the same bandwagon.
In fact, September 26 has been slated to be the launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for all three carriers. A SK Telecom representative who prefers to remain anonymous claims that there should be no issues concerning stock shortage for the new device. Do you think that an earlier launch for the Galaxy Note 4 is good for the device (and obviously, Samsung on the whole) since it might just make those who are sitting on the fence to pick one up instead of the generously sized iPhone 6 Plus?
Only time will be able to tell, but I would like to think that the chips have already been laid, and those who have made up their mind to pick up the Galaxy Note 4 will do so regardless of the potential of its rivals on the market, and vice versa.