Back in September at the IFA conference in Berlin Samsung unveiled two new devices, the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge. Samsung confirmed later on that the latter is a “limited edition” device which will only be released in a handful of markets. In the U.S. all four major carriers are going to sell the Galaxy Note Edge. A new report today details all of the markets in which Samsung is going to release this handset.
There are three variants of the Galaxy Note Edge which carry model numbers SM-N915F, SM-N915FY and SM-N915G. The units have minor differences but specifications remain the same throughout all variants.
SM-N915F variant of the Galaxy Note Edge will be released in Russia and Kazakhstan, according to Sammobile, while the SM-N915G will be made available in Australia, India, Nepal and Singapore.
The third variant, SM-N915FY, is geared towards markets in Europe. Countries which will receive this variant include the UK, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Poland, Nordic countries, France, Austria and Portugal.
Apart from these markets, this handset is already available for purchase in South Korea and Japan. Even though these markets will receive the Galaxy Note Edge, it will only be released in a limited quantity, so even if you’re in a supported market, if you want one better not waste time in picking one up!
- 1600 x 2560
- Super AMOLED
- 539 PPI
- f/2.2 Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 805