Mere hours ago we told you about Samsung's plan of countering the great publicity (and great sales numbers) of Apple's two new smartphones by launching the Galaxy Note 4 phablet earlier than anticipated. The handset is due to become available in the company's home of South Korea on September 26, which is this Friday.
Prior to the official release, however, the three Korean carriers took pre-orders for the Note 4. And each had a set number of units available for pre-order. Already, all three carriers report having sold out their respective pre-order supplies.
SK Telecom, the country's biggest carrier, managed to sell out its pre-order allotment in just 9 hours, while KT and LG Uplus did the same in three days. Pre-orders were supposed to be taken from September 18 to September 25. But since the carriers have sold out their supplies, you can't pre-order a Galaxy Note 4 from them anymore. All you can do now, if you're in South Korea and crave a Note 4, is wait until Friday and hope you'll be able to find one in stock somewhere.
The Galaxy Note 4 will be the cheapest Note flagship ever sold in Korea, going for around $919 SIM-free.
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