Samsung’s newly announced Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will launch as soon as next Friday. But only one of those devices will be available in Europe.

Multiple reports have confirmed that Samsung has made the bizarre decision to only release the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus to markets in Europe, foregoing a release of the more productivity-driven Galaxy Note 5. The Korean company said its priority right now is to market the heck out of the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, which mirrors the Galaxy Note 5 in a lot of ways, though it doesn’t come with a spring-loaded S Pen and has a more unique curved display.

“It boils down to a business prioritization more than anything else,” said David Kang, vice president of online at Samsung Mobile. “We’ve decided to roll out first with the S6 Edge Plus, just to leverage on the S6 Edge launch.”

For now, only consumers in North America and Asia will be able to purchase the Galaxy Note 5, which is currently set for a launch on Aug. 21.

Samsung didn’t shut the door completely on the prospect of a Note 5 launch in Europe, though it doesn’t appear one will happen anytime soon. Maybe if enough customers request the device, or if the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus doesn’t perform as expected, Samsung will re-think its priorities.

Like the Galaxy Note 5, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus sports a 5.7-inch display, Android 5.1, an Exynos 7420 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 16-megapixel camera with OIS, 3000mAh battery, 32GB and 64GB storage options and a dual edge screen.

Catch our hands on of both devices down below.