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Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge pre-orders go live in Germany with sky high prices


Last updated: September 11th, 2014 at 16:09 UTC+02:00

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge at the IFA 2014 trade show earlier this month. The company didn’t reveal pricing for both devices it only said that they’ll hit the market later this fall. There’s good news for you if you’re in Germany as several retailers have already started taking pre-orders for both devices, but your wallet isn’t going to be too happy.

Retailers offering the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge through are asking as much as €995.91 for the devices. The price is listed as a €3 discount as opposed to retail store price, which is unlikely, since Samsung has never charged this high for Note devices. The Galaxy Note 3 was sold for €600 and it is highly unlikely that the new devices will cost any higher than that, but the possibility exists that Galaxy Note Edge may be priced slightly higher.

Other retailers, namely Notebooksbilliger, redcon and MediaMarkt are seeking €699 to confirm pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 4. Notebooksbilliger also lists the Galaxy Note Edge for pre-order with a €1,000 price tag.

So far Samsung has not confirmed how much these devices will cost which means one can either wait for that information to come in or just go ahead and put down money to ensure that a unit has your name on it once the company decides to ship out the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge.


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