It might seem strange to those that understand how widely the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is launching that the company would call the device a “limited edition concept.” That’s just what Samsung Electronic president D J Lee has suggested though, several regions around the world won’t see the device released at all.
Online retail portal Clove has suggested Samsung won’t bring the Galaxy Note Edge to the UK, going on to say that “the majority of European countries” will not be joining in on the fun. It’s through ZDNet Korea that we hear D J Lee suggesting “the mass production schedule [of the Galaxy Note Edge] is different for each country.”
Meanwhile the device will be coming to at least one carrier – AT&T – here in the United States. It was also suggested earlier today that Samsung likely launched the Galaxy Note 4 because of the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus – earlier than expected.
Let us know if you’ll be picking up either Note in the near future. Does the limited nature of the Note Edge make you want the device more or less? Have a peek at pre-order details for the Note 4 and see what you think about the differences.