The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is one of the late-2014 flagships for the company, announced alongside the Galaxy Note 4 via simultaneous events in New York, Berlin and Beijing in September 2014. It shares many of the same design elements, as well as all of its internal specs, with the Note 4. It's distinguished by the fact that it's made out of plastic, rather than metal, and has a very unique flexible AMOLED display that curves sharply off of the right edge of the device.
That curved portion houses a small bar — called the "Edge Screen" — that's populated with secondary information that helps you multitask. By default it takes the place of the standard dock at the bottom of the launcher, instead giving you access to several different apps in the order of your choosing. Swiping on the Edge Screen reveals different panels that give you glaceable information like news or tweets, as well as access to different tool-type apps that are completely contained within the Edge Screen.
On the inside, just like the Note 4, it's packing a 2.7GHz quad-core processor, along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage. It also has a 16MP rear-facing camera with OIS, HDR and an 8x digital zoom. The flexible AMOLED display is a full QHD resolution, with an additional 160 pixels in the horizontal direction for the curved portion of the display.
The Note Edge will be available around the world, including direct availability from AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint in the U.S.