Is the Galaxy Note 5 coming to your country? Find out here

Samsung's Note 5 won't be easy to obtain in some markets. Photo: Samsung

Samsung’s Note 5 won’t be easy to obtain in some markets. Photo: Samsung

Unlike its other flagships, Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 5 is skipping a number of major markets at launch — including Europe. To find out if the device will be coming to your country, check the list below.

Published by SamMobile, this list includes all of the countries where Samsung currently plans to sell the Note 5 — and the model number of the device those countries will be getting. Bear in mind, however, that additional markets could be added later on.

  • AFG – Afghanistan SM-N920C
  • XSA – Australia SM-N920I
  • VAU – Australia (Vodafone) SM-N920I
  • OPS – Australia (Optus) SM-N920I
  • TEL – Australia (Telstra) SM-N920I
  • CAM – Cambodia SM-N920C
  • CHC – China SM-N9200
  • TGY – Hong Kong SM-N9200
  • MID – Iraq SM-N920C
  • PTR – Israel (Orange/Partner) SM-N920C
  • CEL – Israel (Cellcom) SM-N920C
  • BTC – Libya SM-N920C
  • XME – Malaysia SM-N9208
  • MWD – Morocco (MWD) SM-N920C
  • MYM – MYM SM-N9208
  • NZC – New Zealand SM-N920I
  • VNZ – New Zealand (Vodafone) SM-N920I
  • TNZ – New Zealand SM-N920I
  • PNG – Papua New Guinea SM-N920I
  • XTE – Philippines SM-N9208
  • GLB – Philippines (Globe) SM-N9208
  • PCT – Puerto Rico SM-N920W8
  • KSA – Saudi Arabia SM-N920C
  • MM1 – Singapore SM-N920I
  • South Korea
  • BRI – Taiwan SM-N9208
  • TUN – Tunisia SM-N920C
  • TUR – Turkey SM-N920C
  • USA
  • VFJ – VFJ SM-N920I
  • XXV – Vietnam SM-N920C

“Not all countries are in this list yet,” SamMobile adds, so you can expect it to be updated again in the coming weeks. But if yours isn’t there now, try not to get your hopes up too much, because it seems Samsung’s focus is on the Galaxy S6 edge+, rather than its new Note.