By Bams Sadewo August 24, 2012 2 30 0 1 This might be the end of the road for T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note. The wonder phablet, which was launched on T-Mo just two short weeks ago, is apparently nearing its End-of-Life (EOL) status.Advertisement All the signs are there for the Galaxy Note’s early demise on T-Mobile. For starter, it’s quite odd for a recently launched device that is (was?) offered for $300 to mysteriously disappear from the carrier’s website. Search as you might, you won’t find the Galaxy Note on its lineup anymore. Another telling sign is a tip that Android Police has received from “a very reliable industry source” who has all but confirmed that T-Mobile is dropping the Galaxy Note. Apparently, November 1 is the set date for the EOL, but this could change depending on how fast the rest of the stock is gobbled up by folks who may not be aware that a sequel to the mini-tablet/maxi-phone is about to be announced at the end of August. We have to say that the writings were definitely on the wall. Perhaps it was only now that T-Mobile came to the realization of how upset customers would feel about buying a one-year old device at a premium price when something better and faster is just around the corner. There’s also the possibility that T-Mobile has somehow secured a deal with Samsung to bring the yet-to-be announced Galaxy Note 2 to its subscribers not long after the official announcement. But again, it wouldn’t go down too well with those who have purchased the original model at a full price. How big of a blunder do you think T-Mobile is making by introducing the Galaxy Note so close to the release of the successor? Sound off in the comments below. 2 30 0 previous postMotorola Droid M will be unveiled alongside Droid Razr HD on September 5next postHey Verizon, where’s Jelly Bean for my Galaxy Nexus?