Last month, Samsung unveiled two new flagship-class handsets, slotting in above its high-end Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, which it launched earlier this year. The new Galaxy S6 edge+ is as it sounds - essentially, a larger version of the standard S6 edge - while the Galaxy Note 5 is, of course, the latest version in Samsung's stylus-equipped line of phablets.
However, the company disappointed millions around the world when it revealed that many parts of the world won't get the Note 5 - but one market which can look forward to its launch is India, where the device will be available to buy in less than a fortnight.
As SamMobile reports, Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Note 5 will go on sale in India on September 20 in 'Black Sapphire', 'Gold Platinum' and 'Silver Titanium' color options.
The device will be priced at Rs.53,900 INR (roughly $805 USD) for the 32GB model, while the 64GB model will cost Rs.59,900 ($895). Those who pre-order the handset in India will not only get a free wireless charger, but they'll also be entitled to a one-off screen replacement if their handset gets damaged.
However, if you're thinking of buying the Galaxy Note 5, we have one important piece of advice for you: RTFM.