A report coming from Eastern Europe hints at a possible arrival of the Galaxy Note 5 on the continent in the first month of 2016. As you all know Samsung Electronics introduced the Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ (Plus) back in August, when they announced that the Note 5 will not be available in Europe (at least not this year), which at the time was considered a total let down by Samsung, especially by those faithful Galaxy Note series owners on the continent.
Gadget Talk Romania reports that Samsung Electronics will officially bring the Galaxy Note to Europe first thing next year, around the same time CES 2016 starts in Las Vegas. The Romania publication hints at Vodafone as one of the local carriers to sell the phablet in the country.
So, there you have it folks, Samsung has come to its senses after all, and it will bring the Galaxy Note 5 to European markets in the next three months. Maybe the UK will get it by Christmas. Would you like that?