We know that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 phablet is heading to various markets in the following months, including the U.S., and we also know that no less than five carriers will get the device this year in the States, but we don’t have any release dates for either Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or U.S. Cellular.
The U.S. Galaxy Note 2 versions have already been spotted with the FCC, and some carriers have already acknowledged the fact they will have the phablet in stock, without offering too many availability details to interested buyers.
Moreover, press images of the U.S. Galaxy Note 2 versions are missing in action, although we did see plenty of leaks so far.
In fact, TMoNews has a new set of leaked images showing the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 version. We’re looking at a Titanium Gray Galaxy Note 2 model, but the device is not powered. However, the battery cover does feature T-Mobile branding.
As you can clearly see in the images above, we’re looking at the Galaxy Note 2’s regular design, and we don’t expect Samsung to make any custom phablet versions for any of the mobile operators that will get it. After all, that’s what Samsung did with the Galaxy S3 earlier this year.
What U.S. carrier are you buying the Galaxy Note 2 from?