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Galaxy Note Edge for the Malaysian market to hit the country by February

cjmagowan  —  4 years ago ( Jan 31, 2015 )    |    Mobile


Samsung is slowly releasing its Galaxy Note Edge in other parts of the world and in limited number of units. Now, the Korean smartphone manufacturing will launch the anticipated variant of the Galaxy Note family next month. Samsung recently released a promotional video for the country that signals the Galaxy Note Edge release is coming.

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge typically has the same specs as the Galaxy Note 4 international variant with one obvious visual difference not only on the Galaxy Note Series but also from the entire line-up of Samsung devices. The 160-pixel that curve on the right hand side of the device is one of the key difference and what sets the Note Edge apart from any other smartphone devices that exist today that offers additional functionality that only the Galaxy Note Edge could offer at this time.

Since it almost has the same specs as the Galaxy Note 4, the Note Edge houses the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor with 3 GB of RAM and an option of either a 32 GB or better yet a 64 GB internal storage.

Despite the highly high promotional video, the commercial doesn’t touch the highlights of the video but still it’s fun to watch and would give a few laughs. The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will be available in Malaysia early next month with an official price of RM 2,999 with units at limited stocks only. So if happens to be in Malaysia and want to get into the hype, better be updated from your local retail outlets to grab one of these devices before they ran out of stock.