The Galaxy Note 4 might have been the device everybody had been waiting for, but Samsung surprised us with the announcement of the Galaxy Note Edge, which sports all the features of the Galaxy Note 4 but adds a curved screen to the mix. We know that the Galaxy Note Edge will be the first Samsung smartphone with a curved screen to get a wide international release, but we also know that it won’t be getting launched everywhere. The four major carriers in the US are slated to launch it later this year, and we have managed to find out that Samsung has also been testing the Galaxy Note Edge for a few other countries.
Here’s the list of countries for which Samsung has been testing the Galaxy Note Edge, along with the related model numbers:
- • SM-N915L – LUC – Korea (LG Uplus)
- • SM-N915S – SKC – Korea (SKT)
- • SM-N915T – TMB – T-Mobile US
- • SM-N915G – SIN – Singapore (SingTel)
- • SM-N915G – XSP – Singapore
- • SM-N915G – TEL – Australia (Telstra)
- • SM-N915G – OPS – Australia (Optus)
- • SM-N915G – XSA – Australia
- • SM-N915G – VAU – Australia (Vodafone)
- • SM-N915G – MM1 – Singapore
- • SM-N915G – STH – Singapore (StarHub)
- • SM-N915G – YOG – Spain (Yoigo)
Even though Samsung might be testing the device in these countries, there is no guarantee that the Galaxy Note Edge will be available in all those markets, though there is a high chance that it might be. As always, nothing is official until Samsung gives the word, and we will be sure to pass along any information about the Galaxy Note Edge release as and when we come across it.