Samsung is planning on canceling the production on Samsung Note further on. Note’s 9 won’t spike up the sales for the Korean company this year. But if you still want to buy the Note 9 you can do it starting August 24. A poster has been leaked by KT Telecom in Samsung’s home country. KT Telecom accidentally published a promotional poster announcing the date in which Galaxy Note 9 will go on sale. KT Telecom is the largest carrier in South Korea covering more than 50% of the market.
Also, this news doesn’t come free of implication: lunch dates from US and European countries are usually closed to the date in which Samsung launches the new Galaxy Note in South Korea.
Samsung is pushing to launch Galaxy Note earlier this year, since they’ve already confirmed the launch event which will take place August 9th. A couple of months ago in the second quarter earnings Samsung said there will be “an early introduction of the Galaxy Note”, but refused to give an exact date.
If we look at the bright side, customers can get their hands on the new Galaxy Note 9 faster than expected. Also, Samsung is preparing the ground for Galaxy S10, which will be released as the 10th anniversary model.
These are not the only plans Samsung has prepared for this year, there are other plans much expensive and probably much more exciting.
Galaxy Note 9 cannot deliver the sales figures Samsung needs to cover the costs for Galaxy Note – lack of improvements regarding design, cancellation of key features and of course the high price. Samsung is faithful to its long-time philosophy “bigger is better” offering for the new model multiple sizeable upgrades and of course it comes with the promise that the battery is going to be a game changer.
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