Samsung announced that it will release a Premium Edition of its Galaxy Note Edge. While the launch is limited to Germany and the promotional period will last through the end of the year, users in other regions have nothing to worry about as the Galaxy Note Edge Premium Edition bundle contains the exact same Galaxy Note Edge that will launch elsewhere, just with more accessories in the box, a privilege that will cost potential owners 899 euros.
The Premium Edition will ship with a Flip Wallet cover, a display cleaner, a fast EVO series micro SD card with 64 GB capacity for added storage, and the chance to win one of 20 seats to a dinner at the Samsung Experience Day at Samsung's headquarters in Germany.
After the successful voting the GALAXY Note Edge in the colors "Charcoal Black" and "White Frost" appears as an exclusive Premium Edition for a short time in Samsung Online Store. The Premium Edition also includes a protective Flip Wallet, a display cleaner, Three years warranty as well as a tips - & - tricks brochure for GALAXY Note Edge. There is also the Premium Edition ultra fast Samsung microSD memory card of the EVO series included SD card adapter. The additional 64 GB memory giving users the freedom to store a variety of photos, Full HD videos and an extensive music library. Among the first 500 buyers of the Samsung GALAXY Note Edge addition, 20 seats for a Samsung Experience Day will be raffled it. The winner will have the chance to experience the world of technology from Samsung in Schwalbach. There, they receive an exclusive introduction into their new smartphone get to know the German headquarters, visit the Samsung Mobile Store and finish the day with a dinner bar.
So while a tour of Samsung's German headquarters at the Samsung Experience Day sounds cool, it's not a guaranteed win and you would still need to win the raffle for that prize, the rest of the items in the Premium Edition bundle could be purchased separately if you end up just getting a non-Premium Edition Note Edge.
In the meantime, if you're itching for a Galaxy Note Edge, be sure to check out our review of the device's close cousin, the Galaxy Note 4.