Samsung Galaxy Note 5 launch likely on Aug 12

It seems that Samsung has done all preparations to bring the Galaxy Note 5 into markets after taking much time. Following some unconfirmed reports now we have a report from Taiwan published in a local publication suggesting the launch of the Galaxy Note 5. According to the details Samsung will unveil the device for the users on August 20 in New York that will follow the availability of device in the market on next day.

Thus after having the look at you much waited device you will be able to purchase it on August 13. The report also Suggest the availability to be made in all major market therefore customers outside the US market should not be disappointed anyway.

However August 12 is about a month ahead and the reports are not backed by the Samsung officials. Though they reports have been talked by inside sources the US carriers but it has yet to be verified. We may receive some more accurate information about the launch of the Galaxy Note 5.

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The possible launch of Note 5 in August has been on the list as many recent posts suggested this point earlier. Samsung was supposed to bring one of its devices in the market against the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus of Apple which were released last year and are yet ruling in the market. While the company is preparing for its flagship for this year, the pre-launch can mark a good move against the iPhone.

There is much stuff in the stock to show off at the IFA show this year which is expected in the September. Some of the Samsung officials have also pointed out some related hints which have worked to boast the expectations of the smartphone users. It is also reportedly have the Galaxy S6 Edge+ on the list which may join the Note 5 on the date.

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