We’ve managed to extract the official camera samples from the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. If we are to trust the embedded camera information, those were actually taken with a Galaxy Note 4. But since both devices feature identical camera departments, it really doesn’t matter.
Both Note devices feature front 3.7MP snappers with f/1.9 aperture for selfies, while the rear sensors are of 16MP resolution, probably ISOCELL – the same as on the Galaxy Alpha.
We’ve managed to download the official camera samples taken with the front camera of the Galaxy Note Edge.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge selfie samples
And these are several panoramic selfie samples, also taken with the front camera.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge panorama selfies
Next are the 16MP images taken with the main camera.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge camera samples
Here come some HDR samples, too.
HDR off • HDR on
Finally, these are samples taken with the so-called High Clear Zoom. We’ll wait to see a retail unit before we judge the image quality.
Regular sample • High Clear Zoom sample
Samsung’s Camera app is also capable of various cool shooting modes including high-res 360-degree panorama, Drama, Panning shot, among others.
These are two panoramic samples:
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge pano samples
Here are two Drama samples:
And finally, you can check out these cool Panning shots.
You can also check our detail hands-on of the both Galaxy Note smartphones right here.