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As you’ve already heard, Samsung revealed yesterday two new phablet flagships for the year: the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. And it turns out that the Note 5 is not expected to launch in Europe, according to the company.

We do not know why that is the case, as of yet. However, if you’re in the UK, you may be able to do something about it.

Clove Technology, a reseller partnered with Samsung and other OEMs, wants to bring the phone to the country. So they created a petition over on its blog for people to sign.

What kind of impact this will have is uncertain, but it is better than not doing anything at all. Samsung must have a number of reasons why the Note 5 won’t be sold in Europe, mainly in relation to profit. If it sees there is actual interest for the product, the company could change its mind. Supply and demand, essentially. And if this works in the UK, it could create a movement across the continent.

Do you want to know more about Samsung’s new phablets? Then check out our coverage of the Note 5 and the S6 Edge+, and stay tuned.

Source: Android Authority

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