Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Allegedly Heading To The UK

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, has been described by makers Samsung as a ‘limited edition concept device’, and for that reason it was believed that it was unlikely that we would ever see the smartphone on these shores. But whispers are that it may just be heading here after all, much to the delight of Galaxy fans in the UK.

Ever since it was revealed that the Galaxy Note Edge has a bendable OLED display, UK customers have been desperate to get their hands on one and thankfully that may just be becoming a reality.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung experts SamMobile are claiming that Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy Note Edge in Europe, but the volume of devices will be limited. The smartphone will retail for €899 which is about £700 through selected stores and will be available in Denmark from December 12. It should arrive in the UK at a later date, although there are no confirmed release dates as yet.

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