If there was one disappointing aspect of the Galaxy Note 4 launch earlier this month, it was the announcement that the device would not be made available for sale before the month of October, unlike the Galaxy Note 3 which launched in quite a few countries at the end of September. Well, it looks like while the rest of the world might need to wait for some time to be able to get their hands on Samsung’s latest flagship phablet, those in the company’s home country might get the option to buy the handset from September 26. Supposedly, pre-orders will go live sometime later today, at least from carrier SK Telecom.
Carriers KT and LG U+ are also expected to launch the Galaxy Note 4 on September 26. As GForGames notes, this launch date might not get the official go-ahead from Samsung, but South Korean operators haven’t exactly shied from launching a device without official permission from the manufacturer in the past. As always, this is just a rumor and should be taken with a pinch of salt, though we’re sure more concrete information will crop up as we near the end of September.
Cela m'est encore arrivé hier : un ami partage un super lien (bon d'accord, c'était des chats), je clique, et BIM, pas assez de réseau pour charger la page. Frustration extrême. Cela ne sera peut-être qu'un lointain souvenir : l'application Cosmos Browser vous propose l'impossible : naviguer sur Internet sans connexion sur votre Android.
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