The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with the rounded spine, the screen curving away and tucking it under the chassis is expected to be another evolutionary step forward in the way of developing the smartphones and therefore the way we’re going to be using phones.
But it seems that the manufacturer has a bit of bad news for anyone who wanted to pick up Samsung’s unusual Galaxy Note Edge following week. Samsung had intended to open online bookings on November 14 scheduled to go on sale on November 28, but that date passed without any signal of pre-orders.
A Samsung representative has nowadays stated that it’s dealing with a two-week delay, meaning the retail release has been pushed back from November 28th to December 12th.
The company has presented no explanation for the postpone, but presented the unique form factor, it’s totally possible that fabrication is taking a little longer than normal.
Also, the Korean company will have a somewhat limited release in the UK, given its experimental form factor and so far Vodafone is the only UK network which has devoted themselves to sell the smartphone.
This is not the first time, Samsung has suffered release date issues in the last few months. It was pushed to delay the release of the Galaxy Note 4 in the UK following its launch at IFA 2014.
Here you can find a review of the new hardware,