News by Luke Jones on Thursday February 05, 2015.
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Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge is not really giving its props as an innovative smartphone, at least not in the opinion of yours truly. Launched at IFA last September, the device is the first folded screen smartphone and it packs much of the performance oomph of the fantastic Galaxy Note 4. The Note Edge is a niche device with a hefty price tag, but it has been revealed that it has sold modestly well since rolling out in October.South Korean publication Dt has said that the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has now sold 630,000 units, a sizeable sum for a device that does not appeal to all consumers. Sure, the figure is small fry next to the 4.5 million units Samsung sold of the Galaxy Note 4 in its first month, but still the Note Edge has performed well and is certainly a bright spot for a company that is labouring at the moment. All eyes will now be on the Galaxy Note Edge attaining a one million in unit sales, something that will likely happen through the first half of this year. Do you have Samsung's edgy smartphone? If so, how do you find it, and more importantly, are you making use of the Edge screen?
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