Samsung Finance is still selling Samsung Note 8s for the $1.5 million.
The company has sold nearly 10 million of its phones in a row, and it’s still selling them.
But as of yesterday, Samsung Finance has pulled all of its remaining Samsung Note series phones from its website.
The Verge’s sources told the outlet that Samsung Finance had sold nearly all of the remaining stock of its Note series and is now trying to sell them all.
Samsung Finance’s recent efforts to make a big push for its $1 billion fund.
“We’re doing a lot of things right now that we feel are good for the consumer and for our business,” a Samsung Finance spokesperson told the Verge.
The spokesperson did not provide a timeframe for when the company might begin selling its remaining phones, but Samsung Finance did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A Samsung Finance spokesman told the Guardian that the company has “no plans” to sell its Note line.
It’s unclear what those plans are.
Samsung Finance also is selling its Note 10 series of phones, which it said were selling well.
The spokesman for the company declined to comment.
Samsung’s CEO, Lee Jae-yong, told the Wall Street Journal last month that the Korean company is working on a new smartphone that would be “more affordable” than its flagship Galaxy Note 8.
The Wall Street journal noted that Samsung’s top smartphone market share is declining because of its high prices and its lack of differentiation.
A company spokesperson said that the new smartphone is “still a work in progress” and that it will launch sometime next year.
The phone is expected to be cheaper than Samsung’s Galaxy S8, which launched earlier this year.