Samsung's newest Note comes to the US this month, but sales may not expand much beyond that. Multiple publications in London are reporting that the Galaxy Note 5 won't be coming to Europe this year. Instead, Samsung appears to be focusing on the Galaxy S6 Edge+ for that market. The two phones are nearly identical, save for their unique features — the Edge+'s edge and the Note's stylus — but not offering the Note 5 certainly seems like a strange choice. The Note basically defined the phablet, and it's one of Samsung's strongest lines. According to the BBC, focusing on the Edge+ was entirely a marketing choice. We've reached out to Samsung for more detail on its Note 5 launch plans.