Two Galaxy Notes with many similarities, but one big difference — we're going to help you decide which to buy
When Samsung refreshed the Galaxy Note series this year, it gave people an interesting decision to make — Note 4, or Note Edge. With so many similar hardware specs, design elements and software features between the two, it can be tough to understand which model is right for each person. All of the major U.S. carriers carry both the Note Edge and Note 4, as is the case with retailers in other areas, and if you're buying unlocked the price difference of $150 is notable but not a complete deal breaker in itself.
Heading to the store, having narrowed it down to one of the two leading Notes from Samsung, which one should you buy? We're going to break it down and help you choose between the Note 4 and Note Edge.