Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is available on major US carrier except Verizon, but it seems the wait may end soon for the customers of the Big Red.
According to a new report, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is expected to land on Verizon on January 8th. It comes with a hefty price tag on Verizon as well, and costs $399 on a 2-year contract, $799 off-contract, and $33.32 Verizon’s Edge program.
It’s not just the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Verizon customers are also left in the dark when it comes to Google latest offering, the Nexus 6. Users interested in the pure Android experience on the Big Red may have to wait until mid-February if they want to get their hands on the device. The Nexus 6 do work on Verizon if you have an activated SIM, but it’s always helpful for users if the device is available from the carrier since they can save their hard earned cash, and makes setting up new accounts slightly easier.
This is not confirmed by Verizon so we’d recommend a grain of salt as there’s a possibility for the dates to change at the last moment. We’ll update you as soon as the handset is officially announced.
Source: PhandroidFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News