It has already been a couple of months since the Galaxy Note 5 was released in markets like the United States with the Galaxy S6 Edge+, however the company did confirm back then that at least in 2015 it would not release the handset in Europe. Since then the expected release time frame for the Galaxy Note 5 in Europe has been rumored time and again, the latest suggests that it may hit the continent early next year.

A report out of the UK claims that Samsung is going to release Galaxy Note 5 in the country during the first week of January after which the handset is going to be released in more markets across Europe. It merits mentioning here that Samsung has neither confirmed nor denied this rumored time frame.

Samsung fans in Europe have been anxiously waiting to get their hands on the company’s new phablet, either they can import one themselves or buy one from the grey market at inflated prices, Samsung doesn’t appear to be in the mood of putting them out of their misery just yet.

If the Note 5 really is brought over to Europe early next year then potential customers will certainly be overjoyed, they’ll get the handset at a much more reasonable price along with all the bells and whistles that come with purchasing a device that has been officially released in a particular market.

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