Samsung Galaxy Note 4′s Early Launch Marred By Manufacturing Issues

Posted: Sep 29 2014, 12:46pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 4′s Early Launch Marred By Manufacturing Issues
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Users of the device have been complaining that there is a gap between the smartphone’s display and its casing

Samsung decided to surprise all Note fans by launching their phablet in South Korea and China contrary to its own announcement that said that the phablet will be launched in October. The launch of the Note 4 has come at the perfectly appropriate timing when the thunder of the iPhone 6 Plus needs to be sidetracked a bit. This is the perfect opportunity for Samsung to capitalize on the strength of these two markets which still haven’t gotten the iPhone 6 models yet.

South Korea got the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on September 26th but it seems like this wasn’t the perfect time for the Note 4 to emerge on the horizon. Samsung was perhaps in a rush to counter its rival Apple and if this wasn’t the scheduled time for the Note 4 to come out, then things were meant to go this way. Those who have purchased the phablet have been complaining that there is a gap between the smartphone’s display and its casing. This can clearly be seen in the pictures posted by these users.

This gap is huge enough to be avoided at all and according to those who have tried explaining how big the gap is, they say it can easily fit two A4 sized papers or a business card. This is not just a major setback in the outer appearance of the Note 4 but also practically very wrong since this little gap can become the perfect spot for dust accumulation and sneaky water drops.

source: ittoday

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