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BGR | Review: Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge dares to be different, but does it innovate?

Samsung doesn’t need saving just yet, but most people seemed to laugh it off last year when I said that the South Korea-based giant was quickly headed toward a big mess. In developed markets, customers flocked to Samsung’s giant phones and their magnificent displays. In regions where mid-range and low-end phones are more prominent, Samsung flooded the market with dozens of affordable models. Even more important, perhaps, the company devoted double-digit billions each year to marketing and advertising its devices, and all that money helped Samsung keep its impossible promise.

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Devil-X1006d ago

Sure, It Innovates.

As before this, I hadn't seen a smartphone with a display on the edges as well.