By Chris Smith October 22, 2012 35 29 36 8 We kept talking about the Galaxy Note 2 launch with T-Mobile in the last few weeks, as more and more leaks hit the web revealing pricing details and release plans.Advertisement Just this past weekend, we spotted the Galaxy Note 2 on T-Mobile’s website marked as “coming soon,” right alongside the LG Optimus L9, also a new addition to the carrier’s lineup. Today we learn from a new leaked screenshot that T-Mobile is has decided to launch the Galaxy Note 2 on October 24, or just in two short days from now. But pricing details are not mentioned in this fresh internal T-Mobile image. Last week, we heard that T-Mobile will price the 16GB Galaxy Note 2 at $299 with new Value Plans contracts, while those customers choosing a Classic or Legacy plan will have to pay $379.99 for the device. All these details still need to be confirmed before you decide what U.S. carrier to pick for your Galaxy Note 2 purchase – an the flagship device will be available from five mobile operators in the country including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular. Speaking of memory though, the Galaxy Note 2 listed on T-Mobile’s online store is available in one capacity version, 16GB. But you can at least choose colors, with Marble White and Titanium Gray being currently the only options. As for Galaxy Note 2 accessories, TmoNews also reveals a screenshot listing several items, although they’ll only be available from T-Mobile later on, in November. What U.S. carrier are you buying the Galaxy Note 2 from? 35 29 36 previous postCreate custom notifications with Notifnext post$249 Samsung Chromebook launched with Google Play, but also Best Buy stores?