Premium Features in the Galaxy Note Edge.

For those of you who have been asking for some unique and premium features, then you are going to fall in love with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. We were pleasantly surprised with the announcement of not just one Note releases, but two. Both the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge were officially announced in September 2014 with the Edge bringing forth some amazingly unique premium features.

The Galaxy Note Edge features have really been turning heads as the many rumors for months have given us a glimpse into what we are seeing. For the past few months, we have been seeing concept photos for an upcoming Phablet release with a curved screen, right sided button controls, and a slightly smaller screen.

Swipe Screen Controls

The swipe scree controls on the right side of the Galaxy Note 4 screen display are independent of the main on-screen controls. The ability to access a different subset of apps, features, social features, messages, and more will not interfere with the main viewing of the Edge screen itself.

Pending notifications can easily be accessed with the use of one hand without leaving the current screen. When not in use, the swipe controls flash with the date and time that glow with a soft background lighting effect.

Fingerprint Scanner

The long-awaited fingerprint scanner will be introduced in both the Galaxy Note Edge and the Note 4. The technology has been in place for some time, but has yet to make its way to Samsung smartphones until now.

The ability to securely lock and unlock the phone will give it yet another unique user enabled security feature. The ability to easily toggle on and off can be controlled in the intuitive settings control manager.

3.7 MP Front Facing Camera and 16 MP Rear Facing Camera

Both the front and back camera of the Galaxy Note Edge will be upgraded. A 3.7 MP front-facing camera will help produce some of the best-looking selfies and the rear-facing camera with 16 MP will produce some of the best still photos and video recording. With the auto focus and optical image stabilization, both control and precision will become some of the best aspects of the Note Edge cameras.

More Galaxy Note Edge Features – Processor, Scree, Memory, Battery, and More

An amazing 5.6 inch Super Amoled screen will become the main focal point. With a screen resolution of 1600 x 2560 the amazing True HD viewing will be one of the best. Powered by the Quad-core Snapdragon Qualcomm 805 chipset, the power and speed will be yet more Galaxy Note Edge features.

Memory options will be plentiful as the internal options consist of 16, 32, and 64 GB. For those wanting even more memory for pictures, apps, and other data processes, the micro SD card will make the memory expandable up to 128 GB.

With a 3200 mAh battery with rapid charging, one will be able to go for almost two full days between charges. The rapid charging feature may just make it possible to fully charge battery from 0% to 100% in about one hour.

Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will include a HR sensor, SAO2 sensor, accelerometer, barometer, geo-tagging, 5.0 Bluetooth, and more.

Unique Features, but Amazing Hands-On Feel

Many people have been asking what the curved display will do for the feel of the SamsungР’В Galaxy Note Edge. While the curved display will be unique in its own right, it will bring with it one of the most confirmative smartphones for one hand.

The curved display will seat into one’s right hand almost perfectly with the swipe controls naturally accessible to one’ right thumb. While some have said that people who are left-handed may find it awkward to use in their left hand, the ability to conform to the left hand is easily adaptable.

While the reality has been made official in the features of the newest release from Samsung, the surprise being that a premium version alongside the Galaxy Note 4 is the reality. With the upcoming Galaxy Note Edge that has already been announced and will be released by the end of 2014, the decisions of which one to buy will be difficult to say the least.