Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3-inch phone tablet hybrid will be gracing their networks in the coming weeks. T-Mobile actually confirmed this earlier today with a post on Twitter, but now have officially released the full statement and press release. We didn't learn much, but you can rule out an upgraded processor.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3-inch "phablet" was headed to T-Mobiles stores and customers sometime soon, but they never formally announced anything. Today however T-Mobile outed the news on Twitter, stating it was coming soon but providing no further details. After countless leaks it's about time they announce a release date.
unveiled their surprisingly popular Galaxy Note last year at IFA 2011, and now we are hearing new reports suggesting the follow-up Galaxy Note II will be shown off this year. IFA 2012 is set to take place August 31st - September 5th in Berlin, Germany, and some new details have leaked on what the Galaxy Note 2 might behold.
Galaxy Note 5.3-inch phablet has been quite popular given its rather large size. While only AT&T has offered the device stateside its been rumored to be headed to T-Mobile and Verizon. While that last one is doubtful it appears to be confirmed for T-Mobile next month, and should launch nationwide for T-Mobile July 11th.
Samsung Galaxy Note might finally become a reality here soon sometime this summer. We've seen a few leaks suggest it was coming, and even spotted it in the wild running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but now it has cleared the FCC and should hopefully be on the way to Magenta store shelves.
CTIA 2012 we got a few additional looks of the Samsung Galaxy S III and today we have one more. While hanging out in New Orleans we caught up with Ryan Bidan, Director of Product Marketing for Samsung Mobile, who was happy to provide us with a hands-on comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S III and the current flagship 5.3-inch Galaxy Note.
Galaxy Note (N7000) on sale for the low low price of only $499. While it's cheaper on contract, to buy it outright it was previously priced at $649, so you might wanna hurry.
Galaxy Note is an awesome phablet for those that have accepted its size and use it daily. While still running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread here with the AT&T Galaxy Note Samsung is getting ready to release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and their new "premium suite apps" for the device. The latest ICS leak didn't include the new apps, but today we are getting a closer look thanks to Samsung Mobile.
Galaxy Note running on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. The official AT&T build was leaked late last night and we decided to give it a run on our own phablet. This 5.3" Super AMOLED packing smartphone running on ICS is awesome. While we don't have everything Samsung has planned in this build, everything runs pretty rock solid and you can see for yourself in our video after the break.
Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy Note was going to be a little. Along with the announcement was information about a new "Premium Suite" of apps specifically for the note and its impressive S-Pen stylus. We now have a video from Samsung showing us all what we can expect when the update arrives.