It’s all but confirmed.
We’ve seen plenty of evidence over the past few months, including an image of one, but today we’ve spotted some interesting new press shots of what appears to be T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note (blue). If the phablet isn’t coming to T-Mobile, we should all consider ourselves Punk’d.
The latest come by way of Cell Phone Signal, which claims that the T-Mobile Galaxy Note will be available July 11. The phone will reportedly come with HSPA+ on T-Mobile’s 850/1900 bands.
Samsung’s mobile head JK Shin today predicted that Samsung would hit a cumulative 10 million Galaxy Note sales by July. That would be on par with the 5 million units sold in five months on the market.
In any case, hopping on to a new carrier can’t do anything to hurt sales, even though the Galaxy S III — which will be riding in on many a carrier — is sure to start chomping into the Galaxy Note’s numbers.
T-Mobile is a mobile telephone operator headquartered in Bonn, Germany. It is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. T-Mobile has 101 million subscribers making it the worlds sixth largest mobile phone service provider globally.