Galaxy Note Edge arrives to Verizon network for $399

Verizon announced to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on its network. Earlier, US Cellular announced that it would be carrying the Galaxy Note Edge and now the Verizon also joined the party. Samsung announced Galaxy Note Edge along with the Galaxy Note 4 in last September.

The Galaxy Note Edge is available at a price of $399 on a new two-year contract and also available at $799 outright. If you want to go with a monthly plan, the prices begins from $33.33.

In the United States, the Galaxy Note Edge has been accessible since November on other major carriers as well. The device was available at AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile since November last year. Verizon mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will work on its XLTE network.

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In terms of hardware there are not too many differences between Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge. The major difference between the two Galaxy devices is a curved display of Galaxy Note Edge.

In terms of Software the Samsung galaxy Note Edge is ready for Android Lollipop, just like the Galaxy Note 4. It features a 2.7GHz quad-core processor, along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage. It also has a 16 mega pixels camera with OIS, HDR and an 8x digital zoom. It also has an Android 4.4.4 KitKat with Samsung Touch Wiz and massive battery.

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