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SAN FRANCISCO — Samsung Express delivery of its newest smartphone, the Galaxy S6, has begun at an exclusive location in San Francisco, where it is expected to be delivered for delivery by Tuesday, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
The service will start on Tuesday with delivery at select locations, and it will also deliver at a handful of other locations, the sources said.
While some other carriers in the U.S. have recently announced they are also rolling out Samsung Express service, this is the first time Samsung has rolled out this service in the United States, which is not an exclusive market for Samsung.
It is unclear what the specific plans are for the service, which will be delivered by Samsung’s own Samsung Express Express delivery team, one of the sources familiar said.
The service is expected for delivery sometime in the next couple of weeks.
Samsung says it will deliver more than 2 million devices in its first year of service, but it is not clear if it is just targeting consumers.
The service was launched in late March, and the company said it has delivered about 3.5 million devices.
This is the second time in the past year that Samsung has announced the rollout of its latest smartphone, which was announced in late June.
As the rollout continues, Samsung will also be adding an exclusive deal with Verizon Wireless to offer Samsung Galaxy smartphones to customers in the coming weeks.