Samsung Galaxy Note appears on a T-Mobile poster, launch seems imminent
And if you trust the rumors, we’re just over a month away from Samsung unveiling the second-generation of the handset with an even larger screen, virtually the same dimensions, a quad-core chip and a better camera.
It’s true though that the phone is great even now if you get used to its large screen (and don’t wear tight fit jeans). It’s got a high-res display with resolution of 800x1280 pixels, a dual-core processor and one of the better cameras with impressive low light performance. Of course, ti also features the S Pen stylus, tucked neatly inside the body, so you can draw right on the big screen.
T-Mobile is definitely getting it soon, but in the meantime you still have a couple of days to make up your mind - are you getting the first-gen Note or waiting and hoping the second one comes out sooner rather than later?
2. tlsmithsr (Posts: 79; Member since: 28 Sep 2010)
Really 9 months later and the 2nd Gen is due out in a couple of months.. Bad deal T-mo unless your listing the phone at $99-$150 on contract and $349-$450 off contract but I know you won't.
3. imkyle (Posts: 979; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
The sequel will be debuted at IFA if rumors are true. Little late T-mobile.
5. iirundis05 (Posts: 8; Member since: 05 Feb 2012)
The sequel will be out soon, but it won't hit stateside until about 3-6 months later unless sammy pulls a Galaxy S 3 type launch which may or may not happen. T-mobile see's it ok to release now. Hopefully Sprint get the Note 2, that would be awesome !! :)
4. dcgore (Posts: 203; Member since: 24 Feb 2012)
and tmo wonders why its costumers are leaving for other carriers.
7. Jeradiah3 (Posts: 977; Member since: 11 Feb 2010)
This is too little............too late for Tmobile!! I dont understand why they didnt act quickly on this!! i can understand Sprint and Verizon not getting the Note because of frequency, but Tmobile uses a similar frequency to AT&T and i wouldnt be surprised if some AT&T users have unlocked the note to use on Tmobile's network
This is an #EPICFAIL for Tmobile
8. richardyarrell2011 (banned) (Posts: 510; Member since: 16 Mar 2011)
Personally this couldn't hurt to have on Tmobile network. Yes it is late to the game but one more Ice Cream Sandwich device on Tmobile couldn't hurt. I'm sure there will be people out there that would buy it as long as it's priced different than At&t. And YES it will have ICS so this will be fine. As far as the Note 2 that is some I would jump one so quich a person's head would spin. I am extremely happy with my Tmobile Galaxy S3 nothing is better than that today...