T-Mobile is the first carrier to sell the Samsung Galaxy Note II in the U.S. yesterday for a hefty price tag of $369.99. Pre-orders also available now for Verizon and AT&T-connected Note II phablets. AT&T editions will be hitting stores on November 9, but there is no word on when Verizon will make it available in stores. Those looking to grab the Sprint branded Galaxy Note II, can do it right now. You can walk into a Sprint store and a grab a brand new 4G LTE capable 2nd-gen Note for $299.99 with 2-year activation agreement with the carrier. The off-contract price is $649.99.
For 299 bucks, you will get a 5.5″ HD Super AMOLED no-Pentile display, 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor and LTE, 2 gigabytes of RAM, 16GB internal storage, a microSD slot for up to 64GB of external storage, 3100mAh battery and it will be the first Samsung Android phone to ship with Android 4.1.1 jelly bean OS out of the box. There’s also a built-in improved S-Pen stylus accessory, which is very fun to use on the bigger & gorgeous screen with new features like Air View (Quick Command and Easy Clip. It will also come preinstalled with Share Shot, S Beam, Popup Video, Burst Shot, and Allshare.
Wirefly has the T-Mobile-connected Note II for a cheaper price tag of $269.99 (that’s $80 off). Anyhow, if you prefer to hold the Sprint version, just hit the link below.