Galaxy Note Edge Release Details

Galaxy Note Edge, with bent display, is Samsung’s new high-end version of the Galaxy Note. On September 3rd, the company at its 2014 launch event introduced its unlike-any-other device the ‘Galaxy Note Edge’ along with several new Apple competitor products including Gear S, the Apple Watch competitor and the Galaxy note 4, an iPhone 6 Plus competitor.

On the day of announcement Samsung confirmed the Galaxy Note Edge specs but didn’t revealed the key features of the device, including the price and the release date. The details remain a mystery even though the Galaxy Note Edge release date is confirmed for later this year.

Although the official information are still not available but with the arrivals of its many variants the Galaxy Note Edge release details trickles out. Its Bluetooth certification was recently spotted while there are several Korea-bound Galaxy Note Edge variants available with identifies many of the features expected in the Note Edge.

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There are random talks about its release as well the prices. Amazon Germany is charging nearly €1000 for the Galaxy Note Edge. By comparison, the Galaxy Note 4 looks like it will cost €699.

The Galaxy Note Edge prices in China are expected to be much more expensive. China Mobile could charge 7,000 Yuan for the Galaxy Note Edge, about $1,139. Last year’s Galaxy Note 3 was 5,399 Yuan and the Galaxy Note 4 is expected price around 5,100 Yuan or around $830. That’s about $150 more than the Galaxy Note 3′s off-contract price in the United States.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge includes with its bent display, a Quad HD resolution, a 2.7 GHz Quad-core Snapdragon 805 with 3GB of RAM, Android 4.4.4 KitKat with Samsung Touch Wiz, 16 Megapixel Rear camera with Optical Image Stabilization and massive battery.

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