Now this is a story that you do not hear about every day – it seems that folks living in Malaysia might have to be a wee bit more patient for an official version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to arrive at their shores, considering over 1,400 units of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have performed a Houdini that the master magician himself would have been proud of, disappearing from the cargo depot at under the noses of the authorities at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
According to Mr. Azmi Murad, senior general manager of operations at Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, the airport’s operator, did mention that they have made the relevant police reports over the missing smartphones after a logistics company reported that the precious cargo of Samsung Galaxy Note 2s went missing on October 20th. The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in Malaysia was held by Samsung just a day before the reported heist, and I guess the thief(ves) must have figured out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is worth stealing, meaning that Samsung has managed to achieve a certain status in the eyes of consumers here, too.
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