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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK release green lit

A Samsung Galaxy Note Edge UK release is on the cards and has been green lit by the Korean manufacturer, latest reports have suggested.

Although Samsung has previously stated that the Note Edge will be a ‘limited edition concept device’, it has now been claimed the handset will touch down in a number of European territories – including the UK – in the near future.

At present, the innovative handset is only available in select Asian markets – Japan and Korea. However, the Note Edge, which features a bent AMOLED display wrapped around the phone’s right-hand edge, will touch down in the US this Friday, November 14.

Now, according to reports from SamMobile, Samsung has outlined the full list of territories set to be offered the device.

Joining the UK, it has been suggested Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, Italy and France will be offered the Galaxy Note. Austria, Portugal, Poland, Switzerland and Luxembourg are also on the handset’s hit list of stopping off points. Samsung has yet to formally confirm these plans first hand.

While this list doesn’t give the Note Edge the ‘limited edition’ air Samsung had previously promised, the device will reportedly only be available in small numbers.

Although set to touch down on British shores, there is currently no word on a precise launch date.

We recently contacted Samsung regarding a potential Galaxy Note Edge UK release date and were told no precise information was currently available.

Pricing, however, is becoming clearer. According to the reports, the Note Edge will set wannabe owners back somewhere between €849 and €899 (£664 and £703).

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