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T-Mobile Galaxy Note all but certain as press images emerge

updated 06:15 pm EDT, Mon June 25, 2012

Still no release date, but images show T-Mobile branding

Prior rumors of a T-Mobile-branded Galaxy Note have been seemingly confirmed today, as press images showing the device have emerged online. The photos, leaked to TmoNews, show Samsung's "phablet" device sporting T-Mobile branding. Little else has been officially released concerning the Note variant, but the leak seems to make it all but certain that the device will appear on the carrier sometime in the near future.

News of a T-Mobile Note first emerged in April, when the device's specs showed up as part of a browser user-agent string. Soon after, an image of a T-Mobile-branded Note surfaced. Most recently, a leaked T-Mobile inventory sheet seemed to confirm that not only would the Note be coming to the carrier, but that there would be a navy blue variant available as well.

Today's leak contained nothing other than the images of the device. T-Mobile has yet to confirm that the Note is coming to the network, thus details on pricing and availability will likely be revealed at a later date.




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  1. Arne_Saknussemm

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Like most iPhone users know...

    A hardware Home button is best

    The International variant of the Note has more horsepower too

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