Samsung is apparently nervous over the release of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, and is said to be quickening its launch plan for the Galaxy Note 4. While pre-order enthusiasm toward the handset in Samsung’s home market has been physically powerful, with three top carriers SK Telecom, KT, LG Uplus running out of stocks in three days, Samsung is pushing up its release schedule to September 26.
The quickened timetable is likewise said to be a reaction to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release weekend sales, which had an immediate effect on Samsung’s share prices. As being what is indicated, the Galaxy Note 4 will be accessible in South Korea before the month’s end rather than its initially booked dispatch schedule in October.
To further motivations the sales of the Galaxy Note 4 in the nation, Samsung is putting forth the device for 957,000 Korean Won ($920), which is the most competitive valuing for a device in the Note line-up to this point. A year ago’s Galaxy Note 3 released at 1,067,000 Korean Won ($1,025).
With the tough pricing, Samsung is said to be focusing on 15 million sales for the Galaxy Note 4 in the first month of launch, which if the company succeeds would eclipse the 11 million sales accomplished by the Galaxy S5 recently.
What do you all think? Will Samsung have the capacity to achieve its vision around with the Galaxy Note 4?