The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, with its exceptional display that bends on one side of the smartphone, may be harder to buy than beforehand suspected. This week, Samsung Electronics president D J Lee was cited on ZDNet Korea as saying that the Galaxy Note Edge will be made as a “limited concept” item, instead of a mass delivered device like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
The Galaxy Note Edge was affirmed a couple of weeks prior at IFA 2014 and we noted that it would be accessible in the US through all the four major US carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon) at some point later not long from now. Anyhow, Lee said this week that the phone will be taking off to simply a chosen few markets around the globe, starting at some point in October in Samsung’s nation of origin of South Korea.
How constrained will the accessibility of the Galaxy Note Edge truly be around the world? UK-based smartphone retailer Clove posted word recently that the smartphone will “not be accessible in the dominant part of European nations’ for its dispatch. What do you think about this choice by Samsung to keep supplies of the Galaxy Note Edge down to a littler sum?