The Galaxy S5 Plus was released in October in select markets, coming as a slightly improved variant of Samsung's (now ex-flagship) Galaxy S5.
The Galaxy Note 4 phablet finally saw a major European Lollipop rollout last week and today new information has surfaced that the curved Galaxy Note Edge is joining in on the fun.
There is a Samsung Galaxy Note Edge exclusive limited edition that you probably don't want to be seen with. The special Note Edge model has 1800 shiny Swarovski crystals all over the back.
An An XDA-Developers member has a beta version of an official Android 5.0.1 build for Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and has shared it with the community.
Samsung officially announced a launch date for the Canadian Note Edge on February 18. Both Rogers and Bell will sell the new handset starting that day, and it looks like customers can already pre-order.
Samsung is about to make its S Pen experience on select Galaxy handsets a little bit more fun, as it's launching what it's calling Penvatars.
Verizon has now launched the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on its network. The Big Red is selling the device for $399.99 on a two-year contract or $799.99 unlocked.
Just a couple of days ago we found out that Samsung would update the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge directly to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop, without first giving them a bump to version 5.0.0 like the Galaxy S5.
What about a Galaxy Note Edge? Also hailing from Vietnam the flagship with a curvy screen is having its metal rim gold-plated, though the shop behind it has not officially announced it just yet.
The latest intelligence suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge will skip the Android 5.0 Lollipop update and go straight to an official build of 5.0.1 instead.
Last week, we told you that Samsung's Galaxy Note 3, Note 4, S4, and S5 LTE-A would all be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop early next year. Now, we have details on when the Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Alpha are supposed to get the update.
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