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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is Not Coming Early

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Just some days ago there was a rumor that the Galaxy Note 5 is going to be released earlier than normal. According to this rumor the South Korean giant would push up the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 to the end of July instead of waiting for early September as it had been doing.

Moreover the rumor also suggested that this move by Samsung was basically in order to beat the Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus to market. Plus the rumor that Apple would be launching its new iPhone 6s models in August instead of September also made this news quite true.

So these rumors made it look as if Samsung had somehow received knowledge about Apple’s plans to launch their models in August and Samsung decided to cut Apple off. Even though all these rumors were quite exciting and seemed pretty true, they are completely false as the Galaxy Note 5 will not be released before time.

This was stated by Samsung Mobile president J.K Shin who made it clear that the Galaxy Note 5 will not be coming to the market earlier than it usually does.

Apart from this Shin also talked about another rumor that has been spreading. He stated that rumors that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge had taken longer to hit the 10 million sales benchmark than both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy S4.

However Shin did not say anything about another rumor that is spreading that is that the South Korean company will be launching another Edge smartphone before the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

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