After the launch of the Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung had made it very clear that it would be a ‘limited edition concept device‘. Earlier, it was being speculated that the Note Edge won’t make it to Europe at all, but now it looks like Samsung will be rolling out the device in Europe, though in limited numbers. In Europe, the device will be priced between €849 – €899 and will go on sale through selected stores / Estore. The device will be available in Denmark starting December 12 (right in time become a really expensive Christmas gift for your loved ones.) Other countries which are bound to get the Note Edge are Germany, Netherlands, the UK, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Polen, France, Nordic countries, Austria, and Portugal.
Here’s a list of all the countries which will have access to the Galaxy Note Edge. SM-N915F
- • Russia and Kazakhstan
- • Germany, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, France, Nordic countries, Austria and Portugal
- • India, Australia, Singapore, Nepal
Last week, Samsung announced that it will bring the device to Germany if enough people voted for it. Later, more than 120,210 Germans voted and forced Samsung to bring the Note Edge to the country. The Note Edge has already been announced for the US, Japan and South Korea. Thanks for the tip Benjamin!