Samsung Galaxy Note Edge successor surfaces

 

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The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is by far one of Samsung’s more interesting devices, especially as developers begin to create compatible applications to fully take advantage of it. Developers and consumers who liked the device will be pleased to hear that the Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge successor has surfaced on the HTML5test database.

Under code name ‘ZenZero,’ the device is running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and Samsung Browser version 3.2. Of course, there hasn’t been any official confirmation about the device, but it does interestingly line up with Samsung’s Project Zen, recently outed by SamMobile.

In SamMobile’s report, it is said that the new Galaxy Note Edge will sport a 5.4-5.5-inch display, and will be using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 chipset.

As much as it’ll be fascinating to see another Edge device, what we really need is developers to begin creating intriguing apps for them. It’d be exciting to even see Samsung release some useful applications for the device. Obviously Samsung sees an intrigue for the Edge devices, otherwise they wouldn’t continue making them.

What do you think about a new Edge device? Do we really want one? Let us know in the comments.

source: HTML5test
via: VR-Zone


About the Author: Brad Ward

Brad is a tech enthusiast, writing and tinkering with all things technology since 2011. He currently bounces between the LG G3 and his beloved Moto X! His interests include reading, entrepreneurship, the gym, and of course, queso.


  • vasras

    Snap808? Meh!

  • Jackie Talley

    I’m on my 2nd Note 4 Edge, and I oasis the hefty little starter price it, and it is one the faultiest devices I’ve had. Drops calls, all Google apps “quit unexpectedly” when I’m not even using them. Awesome awesome camera resolution, and several “cool aspects”, but with the quad processor, I’m severally disappointed. Would take my Note 2 back for sure.

  • Faith

    I love my Note Edge. It’s minimally problematic. But upgrading to a smaller screen no matter how good the specs ?? Uh.. No. That would defeat the entire purpose of having a phablet in the 1st place. Usability. Additionally I am so not willing to give up removable storage and batteries for the pretty factor. Really hope this is wrong. The stylus would be the only thing differentiating the Edge 2 from the S6 Edge.