The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a device that we already know quite a bit about, but one of the things that we aren’t sure of is exactly when it will launch. The Galaxy Note Edge was spied recently passing through the FCC in the US to gain the certifications it needs to launch. The specific version of the device that passed through the FCC is SM-N915A destined for AT&T.

The FCC lists the smartphone as working on 1900/850 MHz (II) / 850 (V) MHz, GSM (B2) / 1700 (B4) / 850 (B5) / 700 (B12 / B17) MHz, W-CDMA 1900 FDD-LTE 1900 networks. We already know some of the specifications of the Note Edge, and one of the most notable is the screen. The Galaxy Note Edge is tipped to feature a Quad HD Super AMOLED display with a native resolution of 2560 x 1440.

We also know that the smartphone will support the ability to draw or sketch directly on the screen using the S Pen. Samsung has also said that the device will be a limited edition. We have no idea how much the smartphone will cost at this point, but it is expected to be a premium device.

While the smartphone crossed the FCC in the US, we also know that Samsung will be launching the smartphone in Japan this month. The official launch date is tipped as October 23. Samsung will offer the smartphone in Japan via KDDI and NTT DoCoMo and those wanting the smartphone can pre-order now.

SOURCE: Blog of Mobile

SOURCE: Samsung Mobile Press