Over 140 countries will be able to buy Samsung's latest phablet next month.
At Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 World Tour in Seoul today, the South Korean technology giant announced the commercial availability of the Galaxy Note 4 this September 26 in Korea. This isn't surprising, though. Samsung usually sells its devices first in its home town prior to a global launch.
As for the rest of the world, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will hit stores by the end of October. Over 140 countries will be able to buy the phablet next month. Additionally, Samsung revealed that its Gear S will be hitting the U.S. this fall via AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
Samsung unveiled the fourth-generation Galaxy Note earlier this month. The main selling points are its gorgeous 5.7-inch quad-HD Super AMOLED display, fingerprint scanner, UV sensor, and premium design, unlike previous models.
DisplayMate has branded the Galaxy Note 4 as the best-performing smartphone to date in terms of display. Of course, there's also the iconic S-Pen, which is perfect for writing notes and drawing. As for the weird-looking Galaxy Note Edge and futuristic Gear VR headset, Samsung said that their availability will vary by region.
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