It appears that Samsung is all set to bring the limited edition version of its latest flagship phablet Galaxy Note – Note Edge – to the Indian market and according to a report by Sammobile, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is nearing its global launch.
The #Smartphone is so far available only in the US, Japan, and home country South Korea and according to the report, three different models will be launched in different countries of the three – SM-N915G, SM-N915FY, and SM-N915F – the first one will be retailed in India.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge sports a 5.6-inch Quad-HD+ (1600×2560 pixel) Super AMOLED display and the phablet boasts a unique design wherein the right edge of the screen is curved and provides quick access to frequently used apps, alerts, and device functionality.
It is powered by a 2.7GHz quad core processor. The Smartphone features a 3.7MP front camera and 16MP rear camera and it has 3GB RAM and comes in two storage variants 32GB and 64GB, expandable up to 128GB Micro SD card.
Samsung had announced that Galaxy Note Edge would be available in selected markets only as it was a ‘limited edition concept.’ The company intends to sell only 1 million units across the world in 2014.
Other than India, Galaxy Note Edge is expected to be launched in the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, and Italy.
In the US, the retail price of the device is $945.99 (Rs 58,200) while in Europe, the device is likely to be priced at around 899 (Rs 68,700 approximately).