Full unsubsidized price for the Galaxy Note Edge is $945.99

Samsung’s odd-looking Galaxy Note Edge has received its first confirmed launch date from a U.S. carrier. AT&T says that the device will launch on its network on November 7 for $399 with a new, two-year contract.
The Galaxy Note Edge will also be offered using AT&T’s Next pricing plans. Using Next 18 will set you back $47.40 per month, while opting for Next 24 will result in a monthly payment of $39.42. The full, unsubsidized cost of the phone is a hefty $945.99.
The pricing for the phone seems to bear out earlier reports that that the Galaxy Note Edge would be a “limited edition” model available in small quantities on a “country by country” basis.

Galaxy Note Edge
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
For those that need a refresher, the Galaxy Note Edge features specs similar to that of its more mainstream sibling, the Galaxy Note 4. That means that it includes a 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of memory, 16MP rear camera with OIS, 3.7MP front-facing camera, Bluetooth 4.1, 802.11ac, Category 6 LTE, and a slightly smaller 3000 mAh battery.
What sets the Galaxy Note Edge apart, however, is its 5.6” QHD+160 display. The smartphone’s curved glass screen features an additional 160-pixel wide section of display which can be used to display widgets, frequently-used options/apps, and even camera controls (among other things).
Is the Galaxy Note Edge a device that you could see yourself using on a day to day to basis? Well, you can check out a few hands-on reviews to get an idea about how the device stacks up in the real world compared to the “lesser” Galaxy Note 4.

Source: AT&T

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