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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 U.S release, pencil in October 24

The next big thing coming out of the Samsung camp is of course the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, but just when can the Android faithful over in the good old US of A expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to become available? Well it appears that old Sammy is holding a press event on the 24th of next month in New York, so perhaps this could be when the Note 2 sees its US release.

According to a report over on Computer World, Samsung Mobile has sent out invites to an event they are calling ‘the next big thing is here,’ but the invitations don’t give any details on the event other than that ‘next big thing’ tag, but it is likely that the ‘next big thing’ could be the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for the US.

Old Sammy release the Galaxy Note 2 in South Korea on Wednesday, along with saying the Android handset will be rolled out in 128 countries via 260 carriers, with the device hitting the United Kingdom sometime early next month, and the US later in the month.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 offers a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 2, an 8 megapixel rear facing auto-focus camera with LED flash, 1080p video, a 1.9 megapixel front facing snapper, a 1.6GHz Exynos quad core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB internal memory, microSD expansion up to 64GB, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, Android Jelly Bean and a 3100mAh battery, and of course S Pen technology.

Thus far Samsung has sold roughly 12 million of the original Samsung Galaxy Note, and no doubt Sammy is hoping the Note 2 will become just as popular. Price wise the 32GB Note 2 is priced at $970 and the 64GB modle commands a price tag of roughly $1026.

So there you go, it looks like those over in the US can expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to land on the 24th of October, are any of our readers hoping to snap up this device once it becomes available?

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9 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Note 2 U.S release, pencil in October 24”

    1. when I wake up in the morning, and i have wheaties, it better be fixxxed!!! Take it one step at a time. Identify the problem. FIX IT! Identify another problem. FIX IT! Repeat as necessary until it is all FIXED!! lol (SNL)

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    ronf57 says:

    I really wanted this phone type but settled for S3, now i’m sorry. S3 s-pen is trash, I hope the c-pen(2) for the note actually works reliably. The inability of ICS to move apps and downloads to sd/ext sd card is ridiculous and my 32g S3 is constantly complaining about out of storage space. Why the heck doesn’t it know to dump previous updates to apps when it downloads a newer one? AND why can’t it move apps to ext SD heck android 2.1 did that but 4.0.3 takes that functionality away!
    kind of makes my ext SD card size not matter since it won’t use it!
    like an earlier commentor said….FIX IT…move on…FIX NEXT THING….move on.
    well, I am hoping Jelly Bean will fix ICS issues…if not…..FIX IT…move on…

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    emil vinberg says:

    iv’e been waiting along time i will get 4 of these when they get in the stores in USA.this device will change the whole system. im also expecting the note x will be trwice as good and definetly will get some of them also.thank you SAMSUNG keep up the good work your on the right tract ignore the cry babies maybe they’ll wise up..

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      Chris chin says:

      Samsung the cunts won’t release a 64gb version they make out they will….but they won’t stupid pricks

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    Pablo says:

    wooot…I got mine and it’s LUUUURVELY ….its a perfect size dont know why people go on about it …. fast ….amazing screen …I LUV IT

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