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article imageAT&T to sell the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge from November

By James Walker     Nov 4, 2014 in Technology
AT&T have announced that they will be selling Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge curved-screen phablet in select retail stores from this month.
The unique device will be available from November 7th, priced at $349.99 on a two-year contract or $945.99 without. It certainly isn't going to be anyone's idea of cheap then but it does represent something new in the smartphone world.
The 5.6-inch display curves round to the right of the handset, adding a 160-pixel revolving bar of shortcuts or notifications on the edge of the phone. There are currently seven different options, including an app quick-launcher, news ticker and health and fitness monitor but developers are free to add support to their apps.
In other respects, the phone is very similar to the standard Galaxy Note 4. It has a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor paired with 3 GB of RAM, making it comfortably one of the most powerful phones on the market. The display is Quad HD like LG's G3 and is an AMOLED panel, delivering crisp, bright colours.
The main camera is 16 MP, 32 GB or 64 GB of storage is included and the whole package is powered by a huge 3000mAh battery that should enable it to easily last through an entire day's usage. The core feature of the Note range, the S-Pen, is also present and notably improved over its functionality on the Galaxy Note 3.
The niche appeal of the device's design means that only limited numbers are going to be built though. It is intended as an experiment by Samsung to test the success of such a modern redesign of the tried and tested smartphone format although reviewers so far seem to like the latest addition to Samsung's lineup.
AT&T has also announced that it will be selling LG and Motorola smartwatches as well as the HTC One M8 and Nokia Lumia 830.
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