AT&T has yet to officially announce its plans about launching the Samsung Galaxy Note in the U.S. We had the leaked images and the leaked press shots and now finally, Samsung has indirectly confirmed it by putting up several posters of the Samsung Galaxy Note, showing off the AT&T branding on top side of the handset. The image above was pictured off of a poster in the public area of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Just like they did with the U.S versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II handsets, you can also see that the physical home button found with the international version has been removed in favor of the four capacitive ones.
We already knew that the AT&T branded Samsung Galaxy Note will be shipped with 4G LTE capability on the board. But, the 4G LTE icon is missing on the status bar of the handset snapped in the poster, which is hinting us that picture of the Galaxy Note used on the posters was photoshopped.
Samsung Galaxy Note will be having a powerful 1.4GHz dual-core processor, 5.3-inch 720p display, 8MP rear camera to record 1080p HD videos, S-Pen Stylus support, a massive 2500mAh battery, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and it will be upgradeable to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich soon after its release.
A few hours later, at a press conference, the Korean manufacturer will announce the Galaxy Note for AT&T network and we will inform you about the price tag and release date details. Sprint is also rumored to be launching its own version of the Samsung Galaxy Note device.