The Samsung Galaxy Note appears to on schedule for its rumored mid-July release at T-Mobile, as leaked images of the device have shown up sporting this carrier’s logo.
It has been rumored for months that the Note would be heading to T-Mobile and was just recently approved by the FCC for a U.S. release. The super-size smartphone had its U.S. debut in January when it was introduced by AT&T — T-Mobile will apparently beome the seccond carrier in this country on July 11.
T-Mobile will apparently release the phone/tablet in the navy blue version. At this point it’s unclear what this carrier’s price will be. Stay tuned to Brighthand for more information of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note.
More About the Samsung Galaxy Note
This product’s 5.3-inch, 1280 x 800, Super AMOLED Touchscreen makes it a hybrid device, both acting as a tablet and a smartphone. Internally, the Note features a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with 1GB of RAM. Some versions of the handset have 16GB of internal storage, while others have 32GB. All have a microSD memory card slot for additonal capacity.
This model debuted last year running Android 2.3, but a recently-released upgrade brings it up the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Other features include a rear-facing 8MP camera, 2500 mAh battery, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS among others.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has been a success; so far, over 7 million units have shipped. It’s apparently sold well enough that Samsung is working on a successor that will have an even larger touchscreen.