Samsung-galaxy-note-4-00Apple might be experiencing a phenomenal level of success in terms of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, having sold record numbers during the launch weekend. However, does this mean that other players like Samsung ought to be quaking in its boots? Not quite, at least in South Korea, as Samsung has shared some of its sales figures of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 over in South Korea. Apparently, the three largest carriers there – LG Uplus, KT, and SK Telecom, all had 10,000 units each for pre-order from September 18th to the 25th.


Those pre-orders have already closed, since the carriers managed to hit their respective limit in a matter of three days, with SK Telecom, the largest of the three carriers having sold out their pre-sales in a matter of 9 hours.

Sounds like good news to Samsung, don’t you think so? Perhaps this could be due to the fact that Samsung moved the Galaxy Note 4’s launch day to an earlier date, and that this happens to be the most affordable flagship Note phablet that goes on sale over in South Korea. How about you? Would you want to pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 when it arrives, or are you one who would prefer the nuances of the iPhone 6?

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