Previously, there were speculations about the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Note device for AT&T network in the U.S. An accessory maker Anymode has also revealed that it will be supplying accessories for the device. If you are looking for a solid proof that the carrier is really getting its own version of the, here are the first press shot of the AT&T branded super-sized Samsung Galaxy Note tablet-like phone. Yes! It is being marketed as a phone.
We can also see the 4G LTE logo on the status bar of the top side of the handset and the image is also clearly showing the TA&T branding. According to PocketNow, the phone will grace at CES event’ AT&T booth next week. Just to recap the specs, it will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, sporting a 5.3 inch WXGA Super HD AMOLED display (1280 x 800) behind a Gorilla Glass capacitive multi-touch digitizer, a massive 2500mAh battery, 1.4GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera to record 1080p HD videos at 30fps, FM tuner with RDS, Bluetooth 3.0, assisted GPS, and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n and more. It comes with a capacitive stylus S-Pen to take notes and it will be upgraded to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS after its launch.
No word on the availability and price range of the device yet. Excited about the arrival of the 4G LTE capable Samsung Galaxy Note in the U.S on AT&T? Sprint is also rumored to be bringing its version of the Galaxy Note to the states.