Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

T-Mobile reportedly giving $100 if you buy Samsung phone and tablet

If you're looking to buy both a high-end Samsung smartphone and a tablet, and you're looking at getting a sort of rebate for the two, then T-Mobile might be the carrier you're looking for. A leaked communication to their staff reportedly said that they will be offering a $100 prepaid Mastercard for all customers who will be buying both a smartphone and a tablet together, although not necessarily at the same time.

Early Samsung Galaxy Note 5, ‘Project Zen’ details emerge

Now that everybody’s quite happy with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge (even Samsung is quite happy with themselves for the current flagship’s sales), we can start moving on to what Samsung might have in store for us toward the end of the year. We’re possibly looking at early details to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and a possible successor to the Galaxy Note Edge mysteriously coded as “Project Zen” at the moment.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge starts receiving Lollipop update

As they say (whoever they are), good things come to those who wait. For the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, the wait for the Android 5.0 Lollipop has been fraught with anxiety (are we really going to get an update?), impatience (why aren't we getting it yet?), and despair (we're never going to get it are we?). But finally, the wait is over as the official announcement is here. Well, at least for those who are on T-Mobile, that is.

Galaxy S 6 Edge vs Galaxy Note Edge: which edge is edgier

Now that Samsung has two "edgy" smartphones under its belt, it's probably natural to ask which of the two has the Edge. It might be far too easy to say that the Galaxy S 6 edge is the winner simply because it's newer than the Galaxy Note Edge, but that is hardly ever the case. Although we will definitely need more intimate time spent with the latest, we can probably narrow down the answer for you. That is, in case you're in the market for a smartphone with a curved edge, for one reason or another.

Android Lollipop 5.0.1 for Samsung Galaxy Note Edge leaks

Samsung seems to be taking its own sweet time in releasing Android 5.0 software to its devices – but at least it didn’t tie itself down to a 90-day time frame like some OEMs we know (we kid, HTC). The South Korean manufacturer is in the process of rolling out Lollipop to its devices, but it has been very slow indeed. The Samsung Galaxy S5 at least has Lollipop in some markets around the globe, including US consumers under Verizon. No Lollipop sweetness yet for the quirky Galaxy Note Edge, but if you’re really desperate to try, there is a leaked beta build available in flashable ROM format.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with Swarovski crystals is too shiny

South Korean tech giant Samsung has previously teamed up with Austrian fashion design crystal maker Swarovski for past project so this Galaxy Note being studded with shiny Swarovski crystals didn't come as a surprise. Early in 2014, the two big companies partnered for a gem-studded Galaxy Note 3 cover. The Samsung Galaxy S5 and even the Gear Fit were blinged up a bit by Swarovski. The Samsung Gear S also become more stylish with a beautiful Swarovski strap. You see, crystals make Samsung gadgets shine brighter than ever.

Samsung Penvatars to make using your stylus more exciting

If you're bored already with seeing that little circle whenever you're using your Samsung Galaxy Note 4's stylus, the Korean OEM is now bringing something new for its users, that may or may not be just a gimmick. During the recently concluded CES 2015, they announced the arrival of the Penvatars or your more fun alternative to that plain circle that automatically appears when you put the stylus near your smartphone's screen.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge now available from Verizon, AT&T

After some months of waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is finally available from Verizon. The phone which others quickly dismiss as experimental is coming to a few mobile carriers in the US. Verizon is offering the Note Edge on a two-year content for only $399. That's still pricey but the unlocked version is $799. Crazy price? That's still cheaper compared to the $1,000 price tag written by AT&T for the same unit.
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