T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 release date confirmed for October 24

by: Chris SmithOctober 22, 2012

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.

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?

  • Err0xx

    32 or 64gb or GTFO US carriers. Hope ATT doesnt offer the 16gb model only. Can’t install Play Store apps on that SD card.

  • scott

    this is a disgrace. galaxy note was exclusive of at&t and they can’t even tell us this time around when we will be able to get note 2!

    • At least you got the Note 1 unlike Verizon. Id much rather wait for a release date from AT&T with the worst case scenario is getting an unlock international device vs not having the option to get my hands on 1 at all !!

    • Ask and you shall receive http://goo.gl/YHDN3 (if only it worked like that all the time)

  • T mobile employee

    Our store already has it. It’s so cash

  • Olivier Boss

    I’ve been with T-Mobile since day 1 (even before, when VoiceStream) because it’s GSM.
    I was pretty sure I would stay with TMo (am off committment this month) BUT I’m going to reconsider.
    It will be AT&T or T-Mobile (only GSM companies exist in my eyes, traveling the world just necessitates GSM phone).
    And I’ll sign a 2-year contract (if T-Mobile or AT&T give me good conditions) OR NOT – can buy the smartphone full price in US/TMo or ATT or in any of the thousands of electronics/departement/mobile stores in Switzerland or in France (so much more competition than in the US that the prices of smartphones are half).

  • I am pretty sure the 16gb model will be the only one available at launch everywhere.-KID ANDROID

  • Damon Aldora

    I am glad that the Note is here. I have had an upgrade for a few weeks
    and have been following the Note 2. I am sticking with T-Mobile since they are
    the only carrier to offer an unlimited data plan with useable internet speeds. In
    most cases, the 4G on my current phone than the LTE phone that one of my DISH
    coworkers has. We use the DISH Remote Access app on our phones to stream live
    and recorded shows through the Sling Adapter that we have on our home
    receivers. With how much his phone buffers, it hardly seems worth paying extra
    for LTE. It will be nice being able to stream as much as I want without hitting
    a cap.