The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge smartphone is expected to be available in limited quantities across the globe. However, this hasn’t stopped Samsung from bringing it to the U.S. with most carriers expected to launch the device this coming Friday. And now it seems like U.S. Cellular could be joining in on the action too with its own variant being spotted at the FCC, again. A device with the model number SM-N915R4 has been spotted at the certification database, which is almost certainly a U.S. Cellular variant.
Although the Galaxy Note Edge was expected to be sold only in a handful of regions, it seems like Samsung won’t hesitate to launch it extensively through all major U.S. carriers. It is clear that the company wants to concentrate the sales of the device towards bigger markets like the U.S., Asia and Europe which has a large market for high end flagships. Carriers have revealed that the Galaxy Note Edge won’t go easy on your wallets, so don’t expect the U.S. Cellular version to be priced moderately either.
Via: G For Games