Samsung Galaxy Note II is one of the most talked smartphone currently. This smartphone has been launched in some regions of the world but US is still waiting for its official launch. Over the past few months, there were numerous rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Today we learn from a newly leaked screenshot that T-Mobile has decided to launch the Galaxy Note 2 on October 24, or just in less than 24 hours from now. But pricing details are not mentioned in the image.
Earlier this month, we reported that the US wireless carrier T-Mobile already announced the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note II will be arriving on its network this fall. Last week there was a leak on the pricing of this new phablet. The prices were reportedly from the retailer chain Walmart and reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note II seems to be priced at $299. Again, yesterday another leaked image also suggested the same, the Samsung Galaxy Note II at $299.99 for a value plan, which is a down payment. But in the Classic plan, the device will cost $419.99 before a $50 mail in rebate which takes the price down to $369.99. The customer must sign a two-year contract for both Value plan and Classic plan.
Today, a leaked screenshot suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note II will be launched on October 24. “T-Mobile is thrilled to be bringing the Galaxy Note II, an amazing addition to the Samsung Galaxy lineup, in time for Showtime 2012,” the screenshot says under a header stating: “Samsung Galaxy Note II Launches October 24.”
As for Galaxy Note 2 accessories, another screenshot revealed listing of several accessories, although they’ll only be available from T-Mobile later on, in November.
Five carriers will offer the Galaxy Note II, including U.S. Cellular, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. It is expected to sell for about $299.99. Though the official release of Galaxy Note 2 is still awaited in US, but international version of Samsung Galaxy Note II is available to buy on Amazon.The smartphone will be available in Titanium Gray and Marble white color options.