Samsung Offers something you haven’t seen before, the display that cures over the right edge of the phone. The curved section of the display, which appear on the right edge operates independently from the main screen, enable the user to check for apps or view information, even while the cover is closed. The curved area also serves as a secondary notification area so you can get notifications there while watching videos. Samsung has added enough smarts to the curved side that accidental touches to it are not a problem.
As you know Samsung Galaxy Note 4 there is no way change in the software and hardware enhancements. The primary difference, obviously, is the 5.6-inch Quad HD+ bent, The folded side adds an extra 160 pixels so the resolution grows to 1,600 x 2,560 (the highest on a pocketable device yet if you keep note on those things) but it also makes the Galaxy Note Edge a bit wider than its straight-screened sibling. and any variance in hardware here is to account for the phone’s unique design: It’s 3.8mm wider and 2.2mm shorter than the Note 4, and comes with a smaller 3,000mAh battery.
But the edge display isn’t just good, because the phone’s very existence is the screen adds enough functionality to put it to a great use. The best thing that to your convenience is if you are using the camera or watching videos, the strip becomes a sidebar contains all the shortcuts. However, you can still access a plethora of different types of bars, whether in or out of the app; notifications, weather info, stock tickers, clocks, news feeds, quick shortcuts and even games are available from nearly every screen. If you swipe down on the bar instead, a toolbar pops up. Here you’ll find options like a timer, stopwatch, flashlight and a ruler. With the phone locked, the curved side can display the Quick Glance info (time and notifications). When you wake the screen, the side displays notifications for various features, including timer and flashlight shortcuts and even a ruler (which works surprisingly well on the curved side).If you’re a lefty, you don’t need to wait for Samsung to release a left-handed version. Just flip the phone upside-down, and the entire display will rotate 180 degrees. Of course, the home button will be on top, but you can’t have everything.
The Galaxy Note Edge comes in black and white, and will be available. Although no price has been set, it’s a safe bet that it’ll be more expensive than the Note 4. It’s just one example of the flourishes Samsung has added to give the edge screen enough functional value, instead of being just another way for the company to show off its manufacturing talents.