Last year, Samsung disappointed fans across Europe by not releasing the Galaxy Note 5. Instead, the company decided to launch only the Galaxy S6 Edge+ in the region. This year, however, fans will be happy to know that the South-Korean firm will soon release the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 in the UK before rolling out to other countries.
GSM Arena reports that Samsung’s decision to stall the Galaxy Note 5’s release in Europe last year was a major mistake. Many loyal Note fans expressed their resentment against the company’s irrational decision. To add woes to worries, the sale of Galaxy S6 Edge+ in the UK was severely disappointing. Hence, as a lesson from the past, the company has decided to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 in the region this time, while cancelling the sales of S7 Edge + like last year, confirmed by a source recognized as UK’s major network.
Techradar reports the quoted version of the source, “Samsung isn’t going to launch the S7 Edge+ in the UK. I got the impression that it had been a bit of a disappointment sales-wise and that the decision to keep the Note 5 out of Europe is now considered a mistake. So our information is that the Note 6 will launch in the UK in August and that there will be no S7 Edge+.”
We had reported earlier how the Samsung Note 5 disappointed Note fans with similar specs like the Galaxy S6. This time around, the tech player will step up its game with major changes in the Galaxy Note 6 with a powerful gaming PC-like experience.
One of our previous reports claimed how the Galaxy Note 6 will incorporate five special features that will make the device highly demanding. It is expected to feature 4K display with pressure-sensitive 3D touch display technology along with a 16MP front shooter. There is the possibility of a microSD card slot on the device.