July 30, 2012 | by Natesh Sood
About two weeks ago, T-Mobile officially introduced the Samsung Galaxy Note, even though most of us already knew it was coming to T-Mobile due to previous leaks. Today, we finally learned the important details of the Galaxy Note: availability and price.
Thanks to another T-Mobile announcement, the Samsung Galaxy Note is going to launch on August 8 costing $249 on a two year contract with its classic plan. On its Value plan, the Galaxy Note costs $199 up front, but a recurring $20 fee each month until the device is paid off. It is important to crunch the numbers before deciding with the Value or Classic plan on T-Mobile.
As a quick recap of the Galaxy Note’s specs, it features a 5.3 inch HD touch screen display, 1GB of RAM, dual-core 1.5GHz snapdragon processor, Android 4.0, S-Pen Support, HSPA+ 42 connectivity, 8MP rear facing camera, and 2MP front facing camera.
If you are interested in the phablet device on T-Mobile, then you may want to head over to your local T-Mobile store on August 8 to pick up the Galaxy Note.