Not a day is passing by without some leaked news or information about the US Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Yesterday we came across a leaked pricing list from Walmart, for upcoming T-Mobile devices, with the Galaxy Note 2 being priced at $299. Today, a leaked shipping label indicates that a demo unit of the 16 GB Galaxy Note 2 is headed to T-Mobile stores.
There is a considerable amount of excitement in the US around the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, as it would be the first ever quad-core powered LTE device to be sold in the US. For those who came in late, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 2 features a 5.5 inch HD Super Amoled Display, 1.5 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 2 GB RAM and will come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
T-Mobile meanwhile has also sent out invites to the press for a product launch event on the evening of October 29th- which is the same day as Google’s big event. While T-Mobile was rather coy in revealing details of the event, it did indicate that they would be including all their devices lined up for a fall release. Well, looks like October 29th is going to be rather event-full day (pun intended)
In any case, the demo devices arriving at T-Mobile stores is phabtastic news for store employees, as they will be able to get enough hands-on time with the device, and be prepared for the scores of customers that are going to be visiting the stores post the launch. Well, TMO seems to be gearing up well in time for the big rush. Are you?