Samsung’s latest smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available in the U.S., the device is available with the four major U.S. carrier.
AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint are now all offering the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on their contracts, AT&T has the device for $399 when you take out a new two year contract, the device is also available in their Next plans.
If you want to buy the Note Edge on AT&T’s Next plan, then the handset costs $945 outright, so over the course of 24 months it will cost you $31.54.
T-Mobile are offering the Galaxy Note Edge for $870 without a contract, it is also available in their Uncarrier offerings for $36.25 over 24 months.
Sprint if offering the device for $840 off contract, or you can buy the handset for $35 a month over 24 months, they are also offering it with a new two year contract, this will cost you $429 up front.
The device is more expensive than the Galaxy Note 4, this is mainly because of the curved display on the handset, which curves over the sides of the device, apart from that the specifications are similar to the Galaxy Note 4.
Source Android CentralFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News