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Yatango Shopping has announced that both of Samsung‘s new Note products – the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge are now available for sale. If you’re waiting for the Australian release of these products, you might want to pay attention.

Yatango’s products are compatible with Australian 3G and 4G networks (although as pointed out in the comments they are not the same models that will go on sale here), and currently priced below the announced Australian RRPs. The Note Edge in particular is selling at $999, some $250 below RRP while the Note 4 is selling at $899, $50 below RRP.

Overseas readers in a market where the Note Edge won’t be launching might look upon this as a good opportunity to pick up Samsung’s curved screen Note 4.

That’s a good price in anyone’s book, although it’s still possible we’ll see some attractive pack-ins from carriers like the Gear VR when the devices launch in Australia in late October / early November.

Note Edge - White Side
Note Edge – White Side

Since Mobicity and Yatango merged with each other in August they’ve set about providing value for money in the import phone market. They also have a points rewards system so return customers can earn discounts on future purchases.

Have you been considering a Note 4 or Note Edge as your next phone? Does Yatango’s pricing interest you? Tell us in the comments!

Source: Yatango - Note EdgeYatango - Note 4.
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peter
peter
5 years ago

note 4 edge is not available and Yatango can not give delivery date I have payed for a handset and am now left in limbo

keith
keith
Reply to  peter
5 years ago

Hi, just a question in regards on the warranty claim. How do we claim the warranty or repair from Yatango if we ever bought a handset from Yatango? Are there any shops in Perth, Western Australia?

Snifter
Snifter
5 years ago

Even though their Note 4 is Exynos, the Note Edge claims to be Snapdragon. Would their Snapdragon be any different to the Snapdragon we’ll get here in Aus? Just want to know for the sake of securing an order due to the Edge being produced in limited numbers.

mark
mark
5 years ago

Getting local in Aus. is also getting the slowest update from service provider. As you all know Samsung is very slow with software update. Note 3 Kit Kat 4.4.2 was out 3 months or more before Aus. got them.

derp
derp
5 years ago

You’d be an idiot to spend this much on a grey import, especially an exynos version.

Im sure you could get one outright upon release locally for equal or better price.

is this yatango site a sponsor? been quite a few articles promoting them in the last month or two

mark
mark
5 years ago

Note Edge only Pre-Order only

Senectus
Senectus
5 years ago

Heads up, this is the Exynos version Not the same model that will e for sale in Aus… (SnapDragon Quadcore)CPUOcta-Core (1.9GHz Quad + 1.3GHz Quad-Core)

Jason Murray
Jason Murray
Reply to  Senectus
5 years ago

Thanks, updated to reflect this.

I’m not sure the Exynos vs Qualcomm stuff makes a difference atm – I’ve got Exynos-powered Tab S’s and they’re pretty awesome.

Harpersneil
Harpersneil
Reply to  Jason Murray
5 years ago

I’ve got an Exynos powered Galaxy S2 still going stong… even if I only use it as an alarm clock radio these days! In fact, off topic but I’d love an article about things to use old Android devices for; there must be a 100 good ideas out there!

K
K
Reply to  Jason Murray
5 years ago

They used Exynos for Wifi and Snapdragon for 4G versions in Tab S, but galaxy phones always used Snapdragon in AUS and most country used Snapdragon when Exynos are used in some countries as 3G only

dazweeja
dazweeja
Reply to  Jason Murray
5 years ago

The Exynos version seems to be generally the better performer, except on memory benchmarks where it’s a bit behind the Snapdragon:

http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench3/compare/750158?baseline=745794

dazweeja
dazweeja
Reply to  Senectus
5 years ago

That’s definitely a consideration for those who like to dabble in custom ROMs. The Exynos versions have generally had far less support in this area than the Snapdragon versions.

Ben Liu
Ben Liu
Reply to  Senectus
5 years ago

I would way prefer the Exynos version in the Note 4 and Edge than the Snapdragon for two reasons – The Exynos is faster already in the current benchmarks by 5% or so. The other is that the Exynos is the 64bit chip and is waiting for the 64bit Lollipop to come out. Once it is out, the Exynos will be a LOT faster overall with 64bit code. And no, 64bit does not only mean “Address more than 4GB of RAM”.. we are talking about 64bit machine code, registers, optimisations, moving data within the memory faster etc. It really is… Read more »

DK
DK
Reply to  Senectus
5 years ago

Where did you get the “this is the Exynos version Not the same model that will e for sale in Aus… ” information from?

https://yatango.com.au/shopping/samsung-galaxy-note-edge.html

states in overview it’s “Qualcomm Snapdragon 805”

And in the specs section “Quad-Core 2.7GHz”