Samsung Galaxy Note 5 went official alongside the Galaxy S6 Edge+ a few days ago and the phone’s already up for pre-orders and will be shipping in 3 days. However, Samsung is doing something different with the Note 5, as expected, the phablet won’t be getting a worldwide release. Instead of that, Samsung will be releasing the Note 5 in the markets where it saw the largest amount of success.

In case you are wondering what countries will be getting the Galaxy Note 5 first.

  • AFG – Afghanistan SM-N920C
  • XSA – Australia SM-N920I
  • VAU – Australia (Vodafone) SM-N920I
  • OPS – Australia (Optus) SM-N920I
  • TEL – Australia (Telstra) SM-N920I
  • CAM – Cambodia SM-N920C
  • CHC – China SM-N9200
  • TGY – Hong Kong SM-N9200
  • MID – Iraq SM-N920C
  • PTR – Israel (Orange/Partner) SM-N920C
  • CEL – Israel (Cellcom) SM-N920C
  • BTC – Libya SM-N920C
  • XME – Malaysia SM-N9208
  • MWD – Morocco (MWD) SM-N920C
  • MYM – MYM SM-N9208
  • NZC – New Zealand SM-N920I
  • VNZ – New Zealand (Vodafone) SM-N920I
  • TNZ – New Zealand SM-N920I
  • PNG – Papua New Guinea SM-N920I
  • XTE – Philippines SM-N9208
  • GLB – Philippines (Globe) SM-N9208
  • PCT – Puerto Rico SM-N920W8
  • KSA – Saudi Arabia SM-N920C
  • MM1 – Singapore SM-N920I
  • South Korea
  • BRI – Taiwan SM-N9208
  • TUN – Tunisia SM-N920C
  • TUR – Turkey SM-N920C
  • USA
  • VFJ – VFJ SM-N920I
  • XXV – Vietnam SM-N920C

If you don’t see your country in the list, you might not get official access to Note 5. However, you’ll be getting the Galaxy S6 Edge+, which is practically the same device but without the S-pen.

 

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