by Elmer Montejo, 1 year ago
A “trusted source” sent to the folks at Android Attic an alleged screencap of an updated inventory page for Best Buy. The page listed the Motorola DROID 3 as “in-stock” starting on July 13, 2011…
AT&T’s Galaxy Note exclusivity may soon come to an end as T-Mobile is apparently getting ready to launch Samsung’s best-selling phablet at some point in the near future. The press photos of the T-Mobile Galaxy Note have been apparently leaked, and as you can see in the images below, the carrier’s branding is more than obvious.
This isn’t the first time we hear T-Mobile will have its own Galaxy Note flavor in stock, and CellPhone Signal today reports that T-Mo’s version will come with AWS and HSPA+ support (850MHz and 1900MHz bands), which means it will be compatible with AT&T’s network if unlocked. More importantly, the phone will have Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed.
The T-Mobile Galaxy Note is reportedly launching on July 11, although pricing details are not available at this time. AT&T sells the phablet for $249.99 when purchased with a new two-year contract, while Amazon has the GSM Galaxy Note version in store for $199.99 (on contract with AT&T) or $599.99 (unlocked).
We’ll be back with more T-Mobile Galaxy Note release details once the mobile operator makes them available. So far the carrier has not made any announcement related to this Galaxy device, although it is selling another hot Galaxy device that you could be interested in.