Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note Officially Offered By T-Mobile

Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Note
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T-Mobile subscribers will soon have the opportunity to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note following the announcement of the mobile service provider that it will be offering the smartphone/tablet hybrid in a few weeks time.

The mobile service provider made the confirmation through its official Twitter account recently although the specific release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note has yet to be announced.

The Samsung Galaxy Note with its huge 5.3-inch display was initially offered through AT&T near the start of the year. T-Mobile has not yet revealed the possible price tag for this surprisingly popular phablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Note was initially available with the Gingerbread Android OS although the latest models will feature the Ice Cream Sandwich Android that will offer a number of new features for users of Android-powered devices. The smartphone/tablet hybrid has a slim design similar to the Samsung Galaxy S2, a dual-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm, an 8MP camera rear-facing camera and 2MP camera in front.

The Samsung Galaxy Note will also come with some T-Mobile apps. These apps include CamScanner, TripIt, Square, Dropbox, LinkedIn and Evernote.

Even as the Samsung Galaxy Note becomes a new entry into the T-Mobile device lineup, a number of reports have hinted at the possibility that the Samsung Galaxy Note will be unveiled during the upcoming IFA event that will be held in Europe. The upcoming device will feature the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 OS and a bigger screen display measuring 5.5 inches. It will reportedly feature a quad-core Exynos chip, which is also used on the Samsung Galaxy S3.

With these reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note may be released by T-Mobile prior to the launch of the next-generation model of the device, which may also be offered by T-Mobile.

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