The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has been unveiled in India for Rs 64900, though it has yet to hit retail availability in the country. This won’t happen until January 2015, as confirmed by the company’s official representatives at its launch.
The odd-looking Samsung Galaxy Note Edge appears to be one of those experimental pieces like last year’s Galaxy Round. It will be produced in limited numbers, yet reach a bunch of nations including the US, the UK, Russia, Singapore, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and South Korea, of course.
As you may have read in our older post about this Samsung phone, it doesn’t differ much in the specifications department as compared to the Note 4. Showing off an 8.3mm thick profile, the Galaxy Note Edge works on a quad core processor from Qualcomm and 3GB of RAM. Its front is taken up by a 5.6-inch Quad HD display crowned by a 3.7MP camera.
The curved edge of the screen (that forms the design’s highlight) is given to notifications, with special settings for left-handed owners which requires them to use the device upside down. Samsung has also packed an IR blaster, fingerprint scanner, heart rate monitor and the rest of the usual fireworks into this 4G-enabled smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge specs at a glance:
– 2.7GHz quad core Snapdragon 805 processor
– Adreno 420 GPU
– 5.6-inch 1440 x 2560p Super AMOLED screen
– Android 4.4 KitKat OS
– 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 64GB microSD card support
– 16MP main camera w/ LED flash, 3.7MP webcam
– 4G LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more
– 3000mAh battery
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is expected to sell for Rs 64900 even though its maximum retail price is Rs 68900, according to Fone Arena.