Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Releasing Soon: 5 Things to Remember Before Buying

Samsung made big announcements this year in the form of both the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge. While the next big iteration of Note has already made a few heads spin since its release, the Note Edge is still waiting for a final India release.

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Not too long ago in September, Samsung took the stage and announced a number of new products. While the highlight was on the rumored Galaxy Note 4, the company also made a surprise announcement in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.

The Note Edge actually shares many of the Galaxy Note 4′s features but instead comes with a curved display. And with its release happening soon in India, here are the 5 things you got to remember if you are planning to buy a unit.

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While specs form a basic part of knowing a device and eventually helps you on take the decision of buying it, it's also integral to know the handset's closest rivals and their specs for a right utilization of money. Check out devices such as Nexus 5, LG G3 and more, for example.

Once the handset is out, rest assured that there will be a host of online retailers who will also be offering the handset. And with more and more online retailers, there will be deals happening to determine who has the best price. Do a bit of research and you will save more.

If you have thought that by curved screen, Samsung meant a bendable screen, then you're gravely mistaken. The phone is curved from the side literally. That extra space has been provided for quick access to frequently used apps, alerts and device functionality all with the swipe of a thumb. Bendable screens still have a long way to go.

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge isn't a cheap phone, and you will have to pay up if you want to own one. Hence this may be a good time as any to plan a retirement for your current phone. You could sell it as there are different deals everyday online, or find a buyer yourself. The more money you get for investing, the better.

Nothing beats good research before finally buying a phone, and you will do a world of good to your chances if you check out the multiple number of hands-on videos and content available for the handset. This will help you get a better idea of the phone that you have been chasing for so long.

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