Samsung launched their new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone in South Korea last Friday, the handset was available with three of the countries carriers, and it looks like Samsung has already sold out of the device.
The company did not sell millions of handsets though, according to a recent report, there were just 30,000 units available in South Korea on launch day, and Samsung has sold all of these devices.
Samsung has originally planned to launch the Galaxy Note 4 in October, the handset will make its international debut next month, although the company brought the South Korea launch ahead, after Apple launched their new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
This could explain why there were only 30,000 units available in South Korea at launch, as Samsung has originally planned to launch the device in October.
In contrast, by the end of launch weekend, Apple managed to sell a total of 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets, so Samsung has some catching up to do.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will launch in the U.S., Europe and a number of other countries next month, Samsung has had great success with their Galaxy Note range, and this new model is expected to be even more popular than the Note 3.Filed Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News