Samsung is up with an encouraging get started by Samsung Galaxy Note 4's launch in South Korea. The device is supposed to become available there on September 26th, though, the country's three largest carriers – LG Uplus, KT, and SK Telecom had 10, 000 units each, available for pre-order direct from 18th onto the 25th. Those pre-orders are now closed, just like the carriers have reached their limit in 3 days (the greatest one – SK Telecom – sold out its pre-sales in just 9 hours).
This really is excellent news for both Samsung, that has been struggling to a small degree recently, and Korea's mobile communications market, which has been around a recession as of late at the same time.
Analysts believe which the favorable quantity of pre-sales ought to attributed to both the undeniable fact that Samsung made a decision to move the Note 4's launch day with an earlier date and the undeniable fact that this last-gen flagship will actually function as cheapest Note phablet to retail in South Korea. The main Note was priced at ~$960 (₩999, 000), the Note 2 was ~$1, 050 (₩1, 089, 000), the Note 3 - ~$1, 025 (₩1, 067, 000), as you move the Note 4 will carry the value tag of ~$920 (₩957, 000).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 brings considerable upgrades onto the line, with a far more premium design, a 2. 7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC (or maybe a 1. 9 GHz octa-core Exynos 5433), (supposedly) better battery life, (supposedly) better camera with OIS, a variety of improvements to the signature S Pen, while others. Samsung seemingly went all-in for this device, using the hopes that it might assist them to regain some momentum – especially in eastern markets, where upcomers like Xiaomi and Meizu crush the competition with affordable devices, powered by flagship hardware.