Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK: pre-orders today, on sale November 28

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK: pre-orders today, on sale November 28When the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge launched in September as a “limited edition” device, we were thinking it’d be launched on a suitably “limited” scale, perhaps akin to the curved Galaxy Round in 2013.

But nope! Turns out the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK release is officially GO. You can pre-order it from today, and it should be in your hands in a couple of weeks.

At the time of writing, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge appears over on http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/mobile-devices/smartphones, a fairly self-explanatory URL if ever I’ve seen one.

It’s not available to pre-order just yet, but we’re told you’ll be able to slap your name down later today.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK price remains a mystery, but we’re thinking it’ll be even more expensive than the Galaxy Note 4 at £629. As for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK release date, it’s two weeks from today, so that’s November 28.

For what it’s worth, Clove takes a stab in the dark, setting the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge’s UK price at £650, with the following disclaimer: “Official price and availability to be confirmed. Awaiting confirmation of UK release by Samsung - First stock expected early December, availability to SIM free retailers TBA”.

It's worth noting, too, that the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will be offered by Vodafone - that's according to its Coming Soon page. The contract option might appeal if you don't have a spare £700 lying around.

Anyone desperate to get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge? By all means, share your unbridled excitement below.

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JanSt / MOD  Nov. 14, 2014 at 13:30

Nope. Being an Android hater I find myself oddly tempted by the Note 4, but the EDGE?
I try to avoid devices with unnecessary hardware features that increase the damage potential.

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