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Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Gets FCC Approval

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge for Sprint has already secured all the formalities from FCC and now it looks like the phone will soon be released on Sprint network.

Earlier this month Galaxy Note Edge for At&T and T-Mobile appeared in FCC database. That means those two carriers are also going to release the phone sometime during Christmas.
The phone carries the model number SM-N915P and will support Sprint’s LTE network, for LTE band 26, LTE band 25 (PCS) and LTE band 41.

Out of all the four major carriers in the US three will carry this new innovative product. Still no news whether there will be a Verizon variant. We will not be surprised if the phone also get released for the Big Red customers.

Galaxy Note Edge is a unique phone with a curved screen on one side. Samsung claims this curved edge scree space can be used for quick launching some apps. We need to wait and see how consumers will take this unique phone.