THE SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE EDGE will go on sale in the UK on 28 November, just days after Vodafone revealed that the smartphone will see a release in Blighty.
Samsung confirmed the Galaxy Note Edge's UK release details in a statement sent to The INQUIRER.
A spokesperson for the company said: "Samsung can confirm that the UK is one of the markets that has been chosen to range the Galaxy Note Edge.
"The device will be available to buy from selected retailers from Friday 28th November, with the option to pre-order from Samsung eStore and Carphone Warehouse on Friday 14th November.”
Vodafone confirmed earlier this week that it will offer the handset too, having added the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge to its 'coming soon' page.
There's no word on price yet, as Samsung and Vodafone are unable to confirm how much the quirky smartphone will cost.
The Note Edge is not going to be cheap, however. Some retailers have got their mitts on SIM-free models, and have slapped them with a high price tag.
The Galaxy Note Edge features near identical specifications to the Galaxy Note 4 besides its unique 'Edge Screen', a secondary display that wraps round the edge of the handset and can be used to display more information or additional touch controls.
The smartphone has a 5.6in QHD screen, a quad-core 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, Cat 6 LTE support, a 16MP rear camera, and 32GB or 64GB of internal storage with the ability to expand via microSD card.
The handset runs the Android 4.4 Kitkat mobile operating system and comes with the same stylus as the Galaxy Note 4. µ
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