Many people in the US have been browsing the internet viewing pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge wondering how they can get their hands on one. Well, now you only need to wait a little longer! Today, (November 3rd) Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note Edge will be available in the US on November 14th.
Samsung first unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge in September as the first smartphone with a functional curved touchscreen. This curved screen will allow you to view notifications, such as sports scores and stock prices, and be able to house shortcuts, which has the potential to be quite helpful when using the multi-window function.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will be available through the 5 major phone carriers: Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. AT&T also said today that the Galaxy Note Edge will be available for $400 with a two year contract or $946 for a non-contract buyers and will be taking orders as early as November 7th. You can expect other wireless carriers to list the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge for a similar price.
I personally am excited to see how functional the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is, and to see if the curved screen really adds additional functionality. Visit us after the phone is released to find an in-depth review of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.
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