July 17, 2012 | by Natesh Sood
Yesterday, T-Mobile tweeted about how it would launch the Samsung Galaxy Note in the near future, but that seemed like a lackluster way to announce a new product. Today, T-Mobile did the Galaxy Note by Samsung justice by issuing a press release reiterating the specs, but failed to provide a concrete launch date or price point.
T-Mobile vaguely states: “Samsung Galaxy Note is expected to be available at select T-Mobile retail stores and online via www.T-Mobile.com in the coming weeks.” Even though T-Mobile did not reveal pricing, I imagine it to be around $199 on the classic plan, which makes it cheaper than the Galaxy S III, but on par with the HTC One S.
In terms of specs and features, the Samsung Galaxy Note boasts a 5.3 inch HD touch screen display, Android 4.0, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, HSPA+ 42 connectivity, S-Pen support, 8MP rear facing camera, and a 2MP front facing camera. For those interested in the Galaxy Note phablet on T-Mobile, we’ll provide pricing and launch details as soon as we have them.