August 23 is officially Samsung Galaxy Note 10 day, when retailers are meant to start shipping handsets to those who pre-ordered.
Unfortunately, many of those will be disappointed, as many retailers have run out of stock.
We have earlier heard that the handset has had 1.3 million pre-orders in South Korea alone, double the number for the Note 9. This performance appears to have been replicated worldwide, as the handset is unavailable in multiple locations.
Users have taken to twitter complaining.
According to earlier reports the 256-gigabyte Galaxy Note 10+ model in aura glow is in high demand, with Samsung saying that the 256GB version was the most popular unit during the period of preorders.
It’s also worth noting that Samsung has released two Note 10 smartphones this year, and that might have given a boost to the preorders. However, the company is yet to give us a global figure.
You can know more about the Note10 and Note10 Plus by clicking here. You can now order Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus from Amazon and get an Echo Plus speaker for free, while stock lasts of course.
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