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Singapore to get the Apple iPhone 6 on Sept 19 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Sept 26?

By Sidney Wong - on 1 Sep 2014, 7:00am

Singapore to get the Apple iPhone 6 on Sept 19 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Sept 26?

We just got information from reliable sources that point to a possible launch of the Apple iPhone 6 model(s) and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Singapore on September 19 and 26 respectively. 

The information comes from sources that have provided HardwareZone with accurate launch dates in the past, which include the local launches of the iPhone 4S/5/5S/5C, the Samsung Galaxy S III/4/5 and Galaxy Note II/3. Do take note that the information we've obtained is only valid at the point of publication and they are still subjected to changes before the official launch events. 

Apple iPhone 6 Availability on September 19

Image source: Weibo

In early July, MacRumors reported that Apple is likely to announce the new iPhone 6 in the first or second week of September (which turns out to be true) and retail availability is expected to be a week and a half after the announcement. Weeks later, a leaked promotional flyer from China surfaced on Weibo revealing that the two iPhone 6 models will be available on September 19.

If you recall, the iPhone 5S and 5C hit retail shelves 11 days after the official announcement. The iPhone 5 was unveiled on September 12, 2012 with retail availability 9 days later

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Availability on September 26

Image source: GSMArena Image source: GSMArena

Samsung is set to announce the Galaxy Note 4 at its Unpacked event on September 3 in Berlin. Based on leaked photos and rumors, the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to retain the same display size at 5.7-inches and sports QHD resolution at 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. The device is also seen touting a metallic frame similar to the recently announced Galaxy Alpha.

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