Samsung warns that there might be limited Note 7s for Europe
With the way that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been performing in recent times, even during the era of its preorders, it is relatively no news that Samsung has now issued a warning that there might be limited stock of the phablet available in the European market. With a launch set for the 2nd of September in this region, everyone in Europe who pre-ordered it should start getting their own units by then save for those in the listed regions for extended release dates such as Russia, Ukraine, Benelux and Malaysia.
Already, an executive from Samsung has already given info that product forecasts have estimated that the Note 7 would sell way more units than its predecessor and by this statement, it would be in their best interests if the Note 4 is what they are talking about because the Note 5 failed to take a proper bow in Europe and launch in the region.
For now, it seems that the South Korean OEM are putting all of their efforts into getting the available units to markets in North America and Korea. If you are in other parts of the world, you would have to wait for Samsung factories to cook up new recipes of this hot meal.
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