Earlier this month it was announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note is officially heading to T-Mobile. Well, it seems a date that consumers can expect the super-size smartphone to debut has been named: August 8.
Exactly what the Galaxy Note will cost depends on which plan shoppers choose. Those who go with T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) can get it for $200 with a two-year voice and data plan plus 20 monthly payments of $20 each. Classic voice is also available for customers, and the device will cost $250 after a $50 mail-in-rebate card with a two-year service agreement.
More Galaxy Note Hardware Details
The large 5.8 x 3.3 x .4-inch device comes in at 6.3 ounces. The 2100 mAh Li-Ion battery offers 10 hours of talk time and 16.67 days of standby time. This powerful tabletphone comes with 1GB of RAM running on a 1.5 GHZ Dual-core processor with 16GB of built-in memory. For those looking for more space, a microSD memory card can add up to a total of 48GB of storage.
A Low-Cost Option
T-Mobile also announced that the Samsung T159 handset will also be available on August 8. Perfect for cost-conscious minimalists the handset is going to offer all the basics including: text and picture messaging, a 1.3 megapixel camera and Bluetooth connectivity.
The T159 will be 3G capable and run on its own proprietary OS. The small 3.8 in. x1.9 in. x 0.6-inch device is going to be a light 2.6 ounces. The 800mAh Li-Ion battery will offer 4 hours of talk time and 8.3 days of standby time.
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