Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a limited release
Details reaching us from Korea on Wednesday suggest that Samsung’s curved glass Note smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, will be etched out in a small, limited quantity and no more.
The phone is following suit of last year’s Samsung Galaxy Round which briefly appeared in few markets and quickly disappeared immediately.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is already choosing it’s borders immediately. Of all the markets where it and it’s more mainstream-designed Galaxy Note 4 sibling was announced, it’s only in Australia where we’ve obtained a specific price tag for the curved-screen phone — Samsung is asking for $A1249 ($1109 US dollars) — just about the same price as last year’s Samsung Galaxy round.
The Note Edge holds together a 5.6-inch IPS display, with 1600 x 2560 pixels of resolution. There’s a quad-core CPU of RAM and 3000mAh Li-ion battery and every other thing is set up similarly just like in the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
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