Samsung Galaxy Note Edge finally goes on sale in the United States
And finally, United States customers can buy their way into the most weird Samsung smartphone this year. Welcome the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, it comes with a 5.6″ display that curved to the right. Here is a full list of how the phone stacks on major US carriers:
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is available on AT&T on a two-year agreement with a downpayment charge of $400. However, you can purchase an unlocked version from the carrier at $946, a wide $120 gap north of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4‘s cost.
AT&T is also offering the Note Edge on other subsidized plans such as the Next 30 package where you can $31.54 every month for 30 months or $39.42 for 24 months or even $47.30 for 20 months.
Sprint is offering the Galaxy Note Edge for $840. The payment can be spread out for you over a period of 24 months for $35 per month, still bringing the total to $840 at the end.
However, you can get the smartphone on a two-year contract with Sprint for $430.
T-Mobile has no contract plans for the phone but will give you a unit of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge device if you can part with your $870, spread across 24 months for $36.25 per month.
Verizon and US Cellular are yet to start offering the Note Edge but both are expected to begin very soon. For the records, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is powered by 3GB of RAM and Snapdragon 805 processor and has a 16MP OIS battery as well as an S Pen for jotting out details on screen.