Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
Apart from growing bigger (and bigger), the fundamental design of the smartphone hasn't changed a lot since the first iPhone. But Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge, with its curved "Edge Display," is the rare phone that breaks the mold. Is it worth buying? Read on, as Gizmag reviews the Galaxy Note Edge. read more
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