The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge may be a niche device, but it's one that's gotten a lot of people interested in it. On the other hand, Samsung's only confirmed its release in the US, Japan, and its home country of South Korea.
Yet if you were wondering where else the Note Edge will be sold, the latest rumor on the matter wants to deliver. We have, in fact, a full list of countries and territories in which to expect the Note Edge to be on store shelves at some point.
Here they are: Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, France, the Nordic countries, Austria, Portugal, Russia, Kazakhstan, India, Australia, Singapore, and Nepal.
Those are all the places where the Note Edge will be seen, according to this particular leak. Of course Samsung may expand this phablet's reach after a few months, but remember that the company said this would be a "limited edition concept". So for now, if you want one and aren't in the aforementioned countries, you're out of luck.
In Europe, you should expect to pay around €899 for the Note Edge, and its release date for Denmark has been set at December 12. It might become available around the same time in other European countries too, but nothing's certain just yet.