The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is basically the cooler version of the Galaxy Note 4 with its unique curved Quad HD display that flows towards its right side. This is basically a mobile display showcase like how the Samsung Galaxy Round was introduced during the Galaxy Note 3‘s time.
Since Samsung isn’t going to sell the Galaxy Note Edge officially in Malaysia anytime soon, our enterprising grey importers like DirectD have brought in several units to fill the gap. If you have a serious urge to get one, it could be yours at RM3,399 in either black or white colours. That’s RM900 extra over the standard Galaxy Note 4 in Malaysia.
The Galaxy Note 4 Edge on offer is the SM-N915G model that’s meant for Singapore/Australia markets and it comes with 32GB of on-board storage. According to the Singaporean specs, this Galaxy Note Edge runs on a 2.7GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 805 processor with 3GB RAM instead of the Octa-Core Exynos unit that’s found in our local Galaxy Note 4. Compared to the Note 4, the battery on the Note Edge is smaller at 3,000mAh (Note 4: 3,220mAh), while the rest of the hardware is pretty much the same.
Take note that this is an imported unit and it gets DirectD’s in-house warranty instead of official local Samsung support. For more info, head over to DirectD’s Galaxy Note Edge page.