Rumors regarding Verizon-bound Samsung Galaxy Note II phablet have been around for quite a while now. We also had enough proofs and rumors claiming Samsung’s new monster Galaxy Note II would be heading to other three big U.S. carriers this quarter, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. A new evidence has solidified that the device is indeed hitting the Verizon stores in the near future. A couple of images have appeared online showcasing the Galaxy Note II device with “Verizon 4G LTE” branding on back side.
For the first time ever (apologise me if it happened before), the device is sporting Verizon branding on its home button. Yes, on the home button. A previous rumor has also suggested that the device will ship with Verizon branding “all over.” The leaked images are also showing that Verizon’s Note II is packing the same body, which is almost identical to the international version.
Verizon Galaxy Note II’s model number is SCH-I605 and it’s LG Intuition’s competitor, packing a 720×1280 resolution on a 5.5-inch Super HD AMOLED display, Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, a quad-core Exynos processor, 2GB RAM, NFC radio inside, and 4G LTE connectivity.
So we’re pretty confident that Verizon’s Note II would be heavily branded. No word yet on when the device will land, how much it will cost. Do you think other carriers will also ship the Note II phablets with their branding home buttons? Do you think home button is the perfect spot to print a branded logo? Sound off below in comments section.