Yesterday, US Wireless Carrier T-Mobile started selling the much talked Samsung Galaxy Note II for $370 on two-year contract. Today, others network carrier including AT&T and Verizon started pre-order for $299.99 and US cellular will offer this smartphone at the same price on October 26.
The Korean Manufacturer’s highly anticipated phablet Samsung Galaxy Note II features a thinner and lighter body than its predecessor, a 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor, a Super AMOLED display, Near Field Communication, an 8-megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM , an upgraded camera and more.
Over the past few months, several leaks pointed that the pricing of this new phablet may appear to be priced starting at $299.99. Further reports suggested that T-Mobile will bring the Galaxy Note II on October 24. Yesterday, T-Mobile became the first carrier to start selling this “phablet” at $369.99 and it is now available in Titanium Gray and Marble White color. Later the same device was on sale at a deal price of $279.99 at Wirefly.
AT&T announced on Tuesday that the Galaxy Note II will be available for sale on November 9. AT&T’s Galaxy Note II pricing at $299.99, is noticeably cheaper than T-Mobile’s pricing. There is no release date information to go on sale for Verizon carrier but it is expected to get the smartphone by late-November, possibly November 29.
But mobile users must sign a two-year contract for every network carrier.