(source: Twitter - @iamdjdarryl_868)
My conjecture would be that Samsung simply rushed the launch of the device in their home country to hopefully curve iPhone 6 Plus sales in South Korea. A smart move, unless of course, your device has not passed final inspection. No one should release a phone with design features in Beta mode. In all honesty, during CellPhonius' preview of the device, the issue went un-noticed, giving us hope that only the first batch of devices had this issue. The last thing Samsung wants is its next big thing to have any time of "gates". We will learn more as the launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets closer and we get our unit for unboxing, review, and first impressions.