Verizon may launch the Galaxy Note 2 only on November 29

by: Bams SadewoOctober 27, 2012

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?

  • Dreaming Doll

    I only wish AT&T will carry marble white version…

  • Frustrated with VZW as usual

    If I paid my own phone bill I would switch carriers in a heart beat. Verizon has pissed me off so much in the last year. This will be my last phone with them though as I graduate to the real world soon, and no long will be on a family plan. Hopefully by then Spring will have LTE in more cities.

  • lovelydasom

    I’m gonna wait it out in Verizon. But not fully by choice :/ Only cause I’m stuck in a family plan and have unlimited data… If it weren’t for that, I’d be going elsewhere…

  • brandnew234

    I’m going to try and convince my family to switch, this is ridiculous. It’s not enough for them to release updates 6 months late anymore, huh?

  • Mo

    Ruin it with a logo lame if you dont like the LOGO get the international version or from another carrier other than that shut up.

  • Damon Aldora

    I’m sure that those who are on Verizon’s network will be happy with LTE.
    I am sticking with T-Mobile since they are the only carrier to offer fast and
    unlimited data. In most cases, the 4G on my current phone than the LTE phone
    that one of my DISH coworkers has. We use the DISH Remote Access app on our
    phones to stream live and recorded shows through the Sling Adapter that we have
    on our home receivers. With how much his phone buffers, it hardly seems worth
    paying extra for LTE. It will be nice being able to stream as much as I want
    without hitting a cap, which doesn’t make sense having on a smartphone.

  • Mario

    If u Pre order do u get it earlier than the stores.