Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Photos & Features

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a new Galaxy Note that includes a new curved display that many users can’t wait to see. Although you’ll need to wait for a release to go hands-on, you can check out this collection of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge photos to see the new curved display and design.

In early September Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge smartphones with crisp new QHD displays packing an incredible number of pixels into a smartphone display. The Galaxy Note Edge features a special edge that curves along the right side of the phone.

In addition to the 5.6-inch 2,560 x 1,440 resolution display on the front of the device the curved edge offers a place where you can see notifications and other important information as well as personalize the look of the Note Edge.

We still don’t know the Galaxy Note Edge release date, but rumors point to a limited release internationally and abroad later this year, with more countries in 2015. Given this is a new device with a special display, expect to see limited quantities available when it finally arrives.

This is still a Galaxy Note device, and like the Galaxy Note 4 this includes the S Pen and S Not software that adds new features to help users capture notes from a whiteboard and then keep taking notes with the S Pen. Other features include Multi-Window mode to run two apps at once and a new fast charging option that lets users charge up to 50% in 30 minutes.

Galaxy Note Edge Photos

Samsung let us use the Galaxy Note Edge earlier this month to figure out what’s so special about the curved display on the edge of the Note Edge and to see the other features. Along with all the Note Edge photos we’ll share important details like features, specs and more that you can expect from Samsung this fall.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Photos & Features

Galaxy Note Edge Display

Galaxy Note Edge Display

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge includes a slightly smaller dispaly than the Galaxy Note 4, but the curved edge is something you won't find on the flagship Note 4. 

The display is a big deal due to the curved edge that you won't find on any other production smartphone and for the high resolution that is quickly becoming a must have feature for high-end Android smartphones. 

Samsung packs in a 5.6-inch QHD display on the Note Edge. This is a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution display and another 160 x 1,440 resolution area for the curve. By comparison, the Galaxy Note 4 features a 5.7-inch 2,560 x 1,440 resolution display. 

One Comment

  1. Nick Lilavois

    09/26/2014 at 4:43 am

    If this becomes a standard on Android phones, every single left-handed person will get an iPhone.

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