Finally, the U.S. Cellular has officially confirmed the ins-stores availability of its Samsung Galaxy Note II handset. The 2nd-gen Note will start arriving in its stores on Friday, October 26th and Saturday, October 27. The carrier has been offering pre-orders for the device since last week and the customers have already pre-order through October 21st will be able to pick up their orders either today or tomorrow. It’s worth noting that interested users can still pre-order the Note II through today and get a $100 rebate applied to your order.
The phone will set back U.S. Cellular users $299.99 on a two-year commitment and it will come with 4G LTE capability. T-Mobile is now selling its Galaxy Note II edition for a slightly overpriced amount of $379.99 o contract, but Wirefly overshadows it by throwing a deal of the $80 off the price tag. AT&T also lets the users to pre-order its 4G LTE edition from tomorrow and it will be available for general availability in store from November 9th.
Galaxy Note II packs a bigger and brighter 5.5″ Super AMOLED display, a quad-core Exynos processor, 2GB RAM for spinning the wheels under the hood, 8 MP snapper to record 1080p HD videos, a built-in revamped S-Pen to take advantage of some exclusive apps, 3,100mAh battery to power everything and users can also take advantage of its beautiful feature called “multi-window” andit will ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
Source: U.S. Cellular Facebook