Even though it’s been more than a week since Samsung officially unveiled the two devices on September 3rd, no official announcement regarding a price or release date has been issues by the Korean manufacturer, although it is believed that the Galaxy Note Edge and Note 4 will be available in the US via AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. A variety of countries is expected to house the two premium handsets starting with October. One of these countries, Germany, seems to have already started offering pre-orders.
Although Samsung has not released any statement revealing the official price of the devices, Amazon Germany is apparently selling the Galaxy Note 4 with a €995.91 price tag. Although this is pretty stiff, and the equivalent in USD is around $1290, Amazon Germany still make claims that their offer will actually help the customers save money.
Aside from Amazon, other retailers in Germany have made the phones available for pre-order, such as Redcoon.de, MediaMarkt.de or Notebooksbilliger.de. These alternatives offer the Note 4 cheaper, at only €699.
The latter also offers the Galaxy Note Edge, whereas the others do not. The Note Edge is available for $999.
Germany also housed the previous version of the Galaxy Note line, namely the Galaxy Note 3, and the device was priced at about €600. As believed by Phone Arena ,the high prices listed for the devices right now, in Germany, are not accurate. For this judgement they recalled the release of the Note 3, and how it came with a €600 price tag.
However, in the case that the two handsets do, indeed, come out pricier than what the Note 3 was valued at when it came out, we are assured by Phone Arena that the buffed prices won’t go over €650. The Galaxy Note Edge is believed to be more expensive than the Note 4 due it’s screen features, that makes it have two displays, in a way.