Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Prices & Tariffs

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Features

  • 5.6 inch display
  • Android
  • 16MP camera
  • 32GB int. memory (useable capacity will be less)
  • Standby: Up to 15 days 12 hours
  • 82.4mm wide
  • 151.3mm high
  • 8.3mm thick
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Average Score

78/100

Our impressions are that the phone can easily last throughout a full day of use, even under heavier use, and battery lif...

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Specs

Display

Type Super AMOLED capacitive
Screen Resolution 1600 x 2560 pixels
Screen Size 5.6 inch (14.2 cm)
Touch Screen Yes

Camera

Resolution 16 megapixels
Front Facing 4 megapixels
3D Resolution -
Flash Type LED
Video Camera 2160p@30fps

Music and Video

Music Player Yes
Video Player Yes
Video Calls Yes
FM Radio No
Audio Formats MP3/ WAV/ eAAC+/ AC3/ FLAC
Video Formats MP4/ DivX/ XviD/ WMV/ H.264/ H.263

Physical

Form Factor Slate
Width 82.4 mm
Height 151.3 mm
Thickness 8.3 mm
Weight 174 grams
Accelerometer Yes
Gyro Yes

General

GPS Yes
Battery (3G Talk) Not available
Battery (Standby) Up to 15 days 12 hours
App Store Google Play
Processor Type Quad-core 2.7 GHz Krait 450
Operating System Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)
Release Date September 2014

Connectivity

Main Connectivity 4G LTE
Maximum Data Speed 300 Mbps
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
USB microUSB v2.0
Bluetooth Yes
Networks 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900/ 2100
Data Networks 800 / 850 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600

Memory

RAM 3GB
Internal 32GB
Expandable Up to 128GB

Messaging

Push Email Yes
Text Messages (SMS) Yes
Picture Messages (MMS) Yes

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Reviews

90/100

"Our impressions are that the phone can easily last throughout a full day of use, even under heavier use, and battery life is similar to that of the Note 4. And if you are not using it very intensively, you can expect two days off the charger, which is definitely a good achievement. "

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85/100

"...even without the edge, you've still got, for all intents and purposes, a Galaxy Note 4, with a stylus, power, long battery life and a capable camera. The more we used the Note Edge, the less the edge part seemed to matter: we'd use the shortcuts to apps from the edge, but gradually disabled most ..."

Engadget.com
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84/100

"The Galaxy Note Edge is a great phone because the Galaxy Note 4 is a great phone, and the head-turning gimmickry of the curved screen does very little to compromise that fact. Make no mistake — I don’t think phones with slightly bent displays are the future. If you buy the Note Edge now and ride out..."

Theverge.com
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80/100

"Videos look great and we had no problem running heavily encoded samples. The main problem was that the Edge Screen curving off into the distance and the resulting asymmetrical border around the screen are even more distracting in landscape. Your eyes are just automatically drawn to the curve. Full-s..."

gadgets.ndtv.com
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80/100

"I almost want to applaud Samsung's designers for taking such a bold step, keeping the same high resolution display from the Note 4 but then adding in a few more pixels to bring us this clever spine which can independently show information. But the problem is the phone gets wider as a result, and you..."

Techradar.com
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80/100

"It takes multi-tasking to the next level by letting you open loads of apps as floating widget windows, by dragging down from the top-left of the screen. But it’s a bit too easy to do this accidentally and end up with a screen littered with little app icons representing the multi-tasking screens you’..."

Stuff.tv
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80/100

"After-hours, the date and time will dimly and persistently glow out at you from the Night Clock. This is an optional mode that lets you set the times you want it. In my case, from 11pm to 6am. And glow it does. With the Note Edge laying flat on its back and the edge turned toward you, it becomes as ..."

CNET.com
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70/100

"I noticed lag creeping in when I was performing everyday tasks. For example, the Note Edge was a titch slower to launch the Recent Apps menu than the Note 4 when I tested the two phones side by side. I also encountered a bug with the Gallery app; the camera photos didn't load for several seconds aft..."

Laptopmag.com
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70/100

"You get the same immensely bright, vibrant and sharp results as the Note 4 and can enjoy those fantastic black levels when watching films watching. Colours are punchy and perhaps out of the box a little too colourful, which is easily solved in the display mode options found inside the Screen setting..."

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Mixed

"After a week of trying my best to use the Note Edge and the edge screen to its full potential, there's just not a single piece of software introduced here that had me compelled to continue using it. And there certainly aren't enough exciting features here to justify the awkward curved edge and the e..."

androidcentral.com
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Average Score

(10 Reviews)

78/100
 

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