Samsung Galaxy Note II coming to T-Mobile on October 24th?

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The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note II might be on its way to T-Mobile in just a few weeks from now. While the launch event for the new and improved phablet device will take place on the same day, we could only hope to see the handset get a release shortly afterward.

Sure, some people still might not feel the need for a phablet device for a fist full of reasons, but the Galaxy Note II should sway quite a few non-believers. It might have sold millions of the original Note, but we can firmly say that the Note II is an upgrade that will garner attention to this device category like no other. Samsung has provided many tweaks to the hardware and software over the original, and it’s almost hard to compare the two sibling devices together at all.

The leaked document shows a launch date of October 24th, but it seems a bit soon to have the handset available on store shelves. We’d go as far to say that the Galaxy Note II will be available for pre-order on the 24th, if anything. It took T-Mobile quite a while to get the original Note into its line up, which was finally made available about two months ago. We’re pretty excited for the Galaxy Note II for T-Mobile, but we could imagine there are some owners of the original Note that won’t feel so happy about their purchase when the Note II finally breaks cover.

The Galaxy Note II offers up a large, 5.5 inch display, quad-core Exynos processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and much more. Offered up in Titanium Gray and white, we can only hope that Sammy begins to pump out multiple color options as it has done with the Galaxy S III.

As odd as it might seem to many people, the Galaxy Note II will undoubtedly outsell its predecessor, and win the geeky hearts of many who had never considered such a device.

[Via: TMONews]

  • Anonymous

    Ready to roll day one on Tmobile for this device.

  • Damon Aldora

    I hope that this rumor is true about it coming on the 24th. I have been
    waiting for the Note to come to T-Mobile for a while. I’m going with T-Mobile’s
    service because they are the only provider with unlimited data. In most cases,
    the service is faster than one of my DISH coworker’s LTE phone. We use the DISH
    Remote Access app on our phones to stream live and recorded TV using the Sling
    Adapter that’s connected to our receivers. With how much his phone buffers, I
    can’t see the worth in paying so much. It’s nice being able to stream when I
    want without worrying about how much data I’m using!

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