Samsung is getting ready to release the Galaxy Note 4 in 140 countries by the end of this month, and the company has decided to give us a good idea of their launch plans for each region. The map above was posted to Samsung’s Facebook page, and if you know your geography then you should be able to figure out when your country or region of choice is slated to get it.
South Korea has gotten the device already, of course, as Samsung pushed its release date up to September 26th in that part of the world (mainly to battle the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6+ on their home turf). The map shows it’ll be available around North America starting October 17th which lines up with some of the dates we’ve heard in recent weeks. Mexico won’t be seeing a good bulk of their launches until very late October and early November, while South America will be getting a crack on October 18th.
Heading to the European region, we see that most countries in that area are expecting to see the device on either October 17th of October 24th, with just a smattering of launches slated for October 28th-30th. The full map sits above, and note (note pun intended) that exact date of availability might depend on carrier and retailer launch schedules — these dates are just the earlier Samsung expects them to be available for store shelves in each region.