including arch-rival Samsung. As it turns out, however, certain units of the company's highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 4 might have their very own manufacturing shortcomings, as observed by some of the first Note 4 buyers in South Korea, where the phablet is now available. According to at least two images of the Note 4, there's a very visible gap between the Note 4's display and frame -- wide enough to fit two A4 sheets or a business card, reportedly. At this point the number of affected units remains unknown, so we're not sure if this is going to be a widespread defect, so we'll keep our ear to the ground. Also unknown is whether previous reports of Samsung cutting time to market in order to compete directly with Apple's new iPhones could have anything to do with this.As can be expected, Apple's competitors were also pretty quick to to chime in,
In conclusion, and if this proves to be an actual, widespread problem with the Note 4, the moral of the story would be one: defects do happen, and nobody is immune to them.