Official press shots of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note arrive showing us some sharp details

Official press shots of the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note arrive showing us some sharp details
It’s not the first time we’re seeing leaked shots of the Samsung GALAXY Note flaunting AT&T’s very distinguishable branding, but this latest one is none other than its official press shots – you know, the ones that show off every side of the handset.

From a cursory look, it seems to be very similar to the version available overseas in Europe and Asia, but upon closer inspection, we do see the AT&T branding below its earpiece and the “GALAXY Note” name etched squarely in the rear. Besides those two items, it’s pretty much faithful to the design of the original. Nevertheless, it’s still rather difficult to gauge the handset’s overall size – for those that haven’t seen or played with one.

Whether it’s referred unofficially as a phablet or tabphone, our comments from our discussion article about the Samsung GALAXY Note show that people are still actually excited for this AT&T bound smartphone – even though it’s following after the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II and Skyrocket.

Nearing the official start of CES next week, it’s looking like this baby will surely be making its presence known at the big show. Interestingly, some hint to the possibility of this one arriving on February 14th – based on the date indicated on the homescreen. So yeah, wouldn’t it make a lovely Valentine’s gift for that special someone?

source: Pocket Now via Unwired View

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