Samsung unboxes the Note Edge on camera - check out the package
The handset in the video is the Korean version, hailing from Sammy's home country, which was, surprisingly, the second one to get the phone (Japan was the first). The video treats us to the opening of the Edge's paper box, shows us the accessories (headphones + tips, charger, USB cable, battery, extra tips for the S Pen, manual), and, of course, lets us view the removal of the protective stickers, which we know everyone loves to see. Anyway, at the end of the video, we also get a glimpse of the flip wallet – a separately sold protective case for the Edge, which is made of leather, leaves the Edge Screen view-able when closed, and has a slot for a single credit card.
Where the Galaxy Note Edge will strike next – we are unsure. We do know, however, that a Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile versions of the device have passed through the FCC, so an US launch is expected, though, we've no idea when (update - official information now says 14th of November). We highly doubt that anyone reading this has been living under a rock, but we'll just remind you that Samsung claims that the Edge Screen is a hard thing to manufacture and thus – the Note Edge will be sold in limited quantites, with sporadic launches across the world, rather than a scheduled, all-guns-out roll-out.
Samsung fans – are you waiting for the Note Edge, or have you bought the Note 4 already?
source: Samsung Tomorrow