We all know that Samsung has scheduled a U.S. media event on the October 24 to announce the second coming of the Galaxy Note in the region. Moreover, the Android manufacturer has already confirmed that no less than five American carriers will launch the Galaxy Note 2 by mid-November, although we don’t have release dates for any of them.
Sprint and U.S. Cellular have already announced their Galaxy Note 2 versions, with the latter also offering pricing details for the phablet, although clear availability dates are not yet available.
However, today we learn from TmoNews that the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 version could be launched on October 24, or in other words, on the same date Samsung holds its New York-based event.
While prices are not available at this time, T-Mobile will offer both the Marble White and Titanium Grey models to interested buyers, complete with bloatware on top. Among the many pre-loaded apps you’ll also find Need for Speed: Most Wanted on the device.
We’ll add that we’re still looking at an unconfirmed rumor for now, based on a leaked screenshot, so don’t get too excited just yet. However, we’ll also remind you that a few days ago we saw a leaked image of a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 in the wild, which means the carrier must be anxious to finally launch this new flagship smartphone.
We’ll be back with more details regarding the U.S. Galaxy Note 2 launch for each of the five carriers. In the meantime let us know what mobile operator you’re buying the phablet from, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or U.S. Cellular?