T-Mobile's rumored release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note has come and gone, but there's is quite a bit of evidence that the carrier is going to introduce this super-size smartphone... just not for a while.
A previous report had pointed to a July 11 release date, but that has come and gone. More recent evidence says that T-Mobile has pushed back the introduction quite a bit -- until August 8. The reason for this was not given, but it's a bit surprising, given that the FCC has already approved this product, and accessories for it have begun arriving in T-Mobile retail stores.
AT&T introduced its version of the Galaxy Note in January, and there is already talk of a second-generation model with an even larger touchscreen. On the other hand, a recently-released upgrade to Android 4.0 means that this device is far from obsolete.
More about the Samsung Galaxy Note
This product's 5.3-inch, 1280 x 800, Super AMOLED touchscreen makes its half tablet, half phone. It comes with a stylus and suite of software to make it useful.
On the inside of the Galaxy Note is a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB of RAM. Some versions of the handset have 16GB of internal storage, others have 32GB -- it's not clear which T-Mobile will offer. All have a microSD memory card slot for additonal capacity.
Other features include a rear-facing 8MP camera, 2500 mAh battery, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and much more.
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