The Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now on sale for $399.99 on a two-year contract or $799.99 unlocked. In all honesty, the Note Edge screen is nice and has great promise if not a true central requirement at this time. It has an incredible battery life.
According to Phandroid, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge will coming to Verizon on January 8th. It will cost $399 on a 2-year contract, and $33.32 per month on Verizon’s Edge installment-based payment plan. By the way, the Nexus 6 won’t be launching until mid-February.
XDA alligator_fight says: “I just talked with a Verizon rep in their live chat, they told me that there will be an announcement the 31st about when the phone can be ordered.”
The Verizon BlackBerry Classic will be available in Q1 2015. AT&T Classic’s pricing and availability aren’t yet available. If and when I know that Verizon will have it , then I will get it but until then I can’t see spending the money. I like the BB phone better than the iPhone but I can’t justify the expense until I know for sure that my carrier will support it.
So far this phone has been an excellent phone. I am a heavy user, mostly streaming music on a network connection. In spite of heavy usage, I am able to get a full 24 hrs of use.
Software Update: LG G3
Benefits of Software Update (*PDF)
Benefits of downloading and installing the new software enhancements.
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Please make sure your battery is fully charged, and you are receiving a strong Verizon Wireless or Wi-Fi signal before beginning your software update.