The fourth generation phablet of Samsung, Galaxy Note 4 that was unveiled officially earlier this month at the IFA 2014 has gone on sale in the homegrown Korean market and entered pre-order in some western regions as well. Samsung released the device much earlier than it was intended to in order to compete with the iPhone 6 Plus. However, there appears to be some problems in the Note 4 units that were launched initially.
According to a report from South Korea, Samsung’s hurry on launching the Galaxy Note 4 has resulted in some faulty units. This issue arises as there is a gap between the 5.7 inch QHD Super AMOLED display of the phablet and the metal adjacent to it. It is claimed that this gap is wide enough to fit in two sheets of A4 paper or a business card.
As of now, there is no official information from the South Korean tech giant regarding the number of affected consumers with defective Galaxy Note 4 units. Perhaps, as more such cases surface we can expect Samsung to comment regarding the same.