We reported on Oct.12 that the U.S. release date for Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note Edge was inching closer. AT&T and T-Mobile models of the device passed through the Federal Communications Commission earlier this month. Now, an internal document from T-Mobile obtained by WindowsCentral revealed that the telecom carrier is gearing up to launch the Galaxy Note Edge on Nov.14.
T-Mobile’s launch lineup revealed
All major U.S. carriers including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint have said that they will be carrying Samsung’s smartphone with curved display. However, they are yet to officially confirm the release date and price. According to the leaked document, the magenta carrier will start selling HTC One M8 for Windows on Nov.9. Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 will arrive on Nov.12, followed by the Galaxy Note Edge.
The Galaxy Note Edge recently hit the shelves in South Korea and Japan. The Korean electronics giant has confirmed that the device will arrive in the U.S., China, Australia, Russia and India by the end of this year. Galaxy Note Edge is expected to start selling in India and Russia in late November or early December. However, the Note Edge won’t arrive in Canada this year.
Australian buyers will get Galaxy Note Edge on Nov.12
Samsung Australia has already been taking pre-orders for the phone. But the release date was pushed back in the country from Nov.5 to Nov.12. Samsung has already clarified that the Galaxy Note Edge would be a “limited edition” concept. It is not aimed at masses. The Korean company expects to sell only about one million Galaxy Note Edge units this year.
The Note Edge features a curved edge display on one side that works as a secondary screen. The curved display gives you quick access to frequently used apps, messages, emails, and notifications without disrupting the process on the main screen. The device flaunts 5.6-inch Youm display with 2560×1440 pixels resolution. It comes with 3GB RAM, quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with 2.7GHz clock speed, Android 4.4.4. KitKat and 16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization.