While you can already pre-order the Galaxy Note 2 on Verizon right now, with an expected delivery date of November 27, the carrier has been pretty slow in revealing when it’s going to launch the device. A leaked internal document now reveals what we’ve pretty much come to expect.
According to the screenshot, as posted on Droid-Life, Verizon will only be stocking the Galaxy Note 2 (Titanium Grey and Marble White) on its stores on November 29, which makes Big Red the last major carrier in the States to officially launch the Note 2.
Sprint and T-Mobile are already selling the Note 2 online and in their brick-and-mortar stores, while AT&T is expected to follow suit on November 9. Would it be right to assume that Verizon needs those extra days so that it can ruin the device’s home button with its logo?
If you can’t wait for a month to get the Galaxy Note 2 and its S Pen, and are toying with the idea of scoring it elsewhere, you may want to check out our Note 2’s availability roundup post from a few days back.
What’s it going to be — stay with Verizon and bear the long wait or jump ship to another carrier?