By Bams Sadewo August 31, 2012 0 28 18 5 There aren’t enough superlatives to describe the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 – well, maybe we just have to get a new dictionary. But anyway, you’ve seen our hands-on image gallery of the extraordinary phone and its impressive benchmark result. Now we’re sure you’re wondering how soon you can get your hands on oneAdvertisement Samsung has been rather coy about the Galaxy Note 2’s release date and price, though we do know that it’s coming to most markets in October and others before the end of the year. For those in the UK, here’s some information that Engadget has received from several carriers in the country regarding the phablet’s release. Out of the five major mobile networks in the UK, only two so have confirmed that they’ll be selling the Galaxy Note 2 before the end of the year, Three UK and O2. The other three carriers (T-Mobile, Orange, and Vodafone) haven’t given any hints of whether or not they will be offering the Note 2. As for the price, Vodafone Germany said that the Galaxy Note 2 will go for €639.90 without a contract. The UK price for the Note 2 may not differ that much. We’ll update you once we hear more from Samsung and UK mobile operators. British folks, are you planning to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 when it’s out? 0 28 18 previous postPantech Magnus leaks, to hit AT&T with S4 CPU, LTE and 720p displaynext postIs Samsung reducing dependency on Android with Windows 8?