The Samsung Galaxy Note II from T-Mobile does not support LTE connectivity according to a recent internal screen grab from the company. Some consumers had been expecting this feature, mainly because T-Mobile announced several months ago that its LTE network will be available in the middle of next year. From the looks of it, however, users of the Samsung Galaxy Note II would be unable to use the service once it becomes available.
The screen grab also shows the other available specifications of the device, including a 1.5GHz quad core processor, a 5.5-inch High Definition Super Amoled Plus display, and Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1 Operating System.
This is the first device from Big Magenta to come with all three features in a single phone. Furthermore, the phablet is one of the fastest smartphones from the company, offering HSPA+ 42mbps connectivity.
Its 3100 mAh Lithium-Ion battery is, to date, the largest battery that Samsung offers in its roster of devices.
Likewise, the device bears the Samsung Approved for Enterprise (SAFE) branding, which means that enterprise users may enjoy several security features on the device that are made for business.
The other expected specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note II that were not mentioned on the T-Mobile screen grab include 16, 32, or 64GB of user memory, 2GB of RAM, and a microSD card slot for expansion up to 64GB.
Meanwhile, its other connectivity features are USB 2.0, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi HT40, Wi-Fi Direct, and NFC. Samsung also throws in sharing features like S Beam, Samsung AllShare Play & Control, Samsung AllShare Framework, and Samsung AllShare Cast.
The device also features sensors, including an Accelerometer, RGB Light, Digital Compass, Proximity, Gyro, and Barometer.
The phablet comes with an 8-megapixel autofocus main camera with Flash, and a front-facing 1.9-megapixel camera for video chat. It measures 80.5 x 151.1 x 9.4 mm and tips the scale at 182.5g.