Links on Android Authority may earn us a commission. Learn more.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge now available in the UK on Vodafone
As 2014 gradually edges itself out, another Edge is coming in for the taking. Assuming you have the cash to spare, of course. Having already released in Japan, South Korea, and the United States, Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge is now available in the UK, exclusively on Vodafone.
Pricing-wise, there are an incredible amount of options, with the device starting as low as £49 (about $77), all the way up to £329 (about $517). There are 18 different contract plans that can be selected, which will of course raise the cost of things. The device can also be had SIM-Free for a mere £795 (about $1,248) which would make it by far the most expensive of all off-contract prices the device has been sold for to date.
The Galaxy Note Edge is, spec-wise, comparable to the Galaxy Note 4, however the addition of a curved Edge display allows for greater functionality and a slightly modified form-factor. Vodafone itself seems quite enamored with the device, the company’s official blog, Vodafone Social, stating that:
“Samsung has always been pushing the limits of what we can do with phone screens. It was one of the first manufacturers to really get behind big phone displays, and isn’t shy about showing off future concepts. And that innovative attitude to screens is exactly the thinking behind company’s latest handset: the Galaxy Note Edge…”