During the last few months Samsung have been busy releasing the Galaxy S3 and fighting Apple in a number of courts around the world. Most recently the company officially unveiled their latest smartphone in the shape of the Galaxy Note 2, and we now have a report looking at the prospect of the device hitting T-Mobile in the US.
Customers of T-Mobile have only recently been treated to the original Galaxy Note, and while the new device will be landing a little later this year in the US, TmoNews are looking at the prospect of the new version of the handset becoming available for T-Mobile customers.
The website has an image of a build screen that features some information that points to the Galaxy Note 2. The original Note has the model number of T879, and the image features a model number of T889, which makes sense for such a jump as the Galaxy Note successor.
Trouble is besides telling us that there is a display with a resolution of 720 x 1280, the UA proof for the T889 doesn’t provide much more important information. It is also being suggested that the T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will still be using the Exynos quad core processor, and it will be compatible with the carriers HSPA+42Mbps network.
Besides this any other information remains thin on the ground especially the all important release date and pricing. Considering the handset was only launched last week and Samsung’s history with delayed launches in the country, T-Mobile customers may still have a while yet before they can get their hands on the sought after device.
As usual these rumours and leaks have to be taken with a pinch of salt until a working device is spotted out in the wild, or something official comes from T-Mobile.
Will you be getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on T-Mobile?