The Samsung Galaxy Note5 won’t be accessible in Europe in 2015, as you most likely know this. In the continent, the manufacturing company wants to concentrate on the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. The move by Samsung was a surprising one, particularly to those in Europe that were truly getting excited about picking up the most recent variant of Samsung’s next generation Note.
LG Jordan has poked on the Sammy’s decision. Turning to its Twitter account, the LG Jordan sent a tweet including an image of the LG G4 using a calendar program on the display. Circled the August 21st launching date of the Samsung Galaxy Note5, the words “No Notes!” is printed for the 21st. That, obviously, signifies the Samsung’s choice to not sell the Galaxy Note5 in European countries. LG Jordan writes on the tweet, “To everyone that marked a note on their calendar. Sorry. We’d never do that. #G4 TheWorld.”
— LG Jordan (@LGJordan) August 19, 2015
That isn’t the first time that LG has taken to Twitter to rag on Samsung. The day following the ill-famed Ellen selfie was taken using a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 during the 2014 Academy Awards telecast, LG sent out a tweet saying that using the back controls on the LG G3, Ellen could have snapped the selfie herself had she used the LG flagship.
LG is expecting that some jilted European consumers determine to pick up the available LG G4 instead of looking forward to the Galaxy Note5 in the region.