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Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile Now Listed as ‘Coming Soon’

Since February, Samsung has been very busy with the launching of the Samsung S3 around the world – and it did a good job for that matter.  Now that the S3 has been dealt with, Samsung is setting its eyes on another Galaxy product – Samsung Galaxy Note tablet.  The tablet has now been confirmed to be on the pipeline and will be coming to the US users via T-Mobile soon.  As a matter of fact, T-Mobile has listed it on their site with a ‘Coming Soon’ label and has confirmed its imminent launch via twitter and press statement.

The day is getting closer but we do not know exactly when the Galaxy note will be available for ordering.  There have been many rumors of Samsung intending to release the Galaxy Note 2 with a larger 5.5 inch display but not with the Tegra 3 quad-core processor that the international version of Galaxy S3 has.  Users will just have to keep speculating on the exact date the tablet will launch and when they can order the original Samsung Galaxy phablet.  Rumor though has it that the tablet is likely to be launched on August 8th, just 2 weeks away.

According to T-Mobile’s press release, the Galaxy Note to come to T-Mobile will feature a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED HD display at 1280 x 800 pixels resolution and a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 1.5 GHz processor.  The device will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (pre-loaded) and will come with the usual bloatware that carriers include such as T-Mobile TV.  Reliable sources say that the T-Mobile 4G Pro App pack which includes key applications that supposedly help a user handle most business-related and home tasks will be bundled with the applications.  Other applications that the device will come with are Evernote, Dropbox, Triplt, LinkedIn and CamScanner.

We do not know the exact specifications and features of the Note to be available on T-Mobile yet though.  Check here often, we will post them as soon as we get wind of them.

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