This week a member of T-Mobile's PR team has made a tiny, yet significant announcement via Twitter - that the Samsung Galaxy Note will, indeed, be coming to the carrier. This device has been rumored and pictured attached to the carrier several times in the past few weeks and months, this move by T-Mobile being the one push needed to get customers of T-Mobile thinking about whether it'll be this or the Samsung Galaxy S III they'll be choosing this summer. This version of the Galaxy Note will likely be basically the same as the AT&T version of the device, devoid of a physical home button and toting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box.
As Android Community notes, the Galaxy Note recently had an update pushed to both the international edition and the AT&T version of its hardware, that being the Premium Suite. This suite comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and increases the power of the S-Pen, a stylus that comes with the device. This S-Pen, able to fit inside the device in a tube made specifically for it, can now help you navigate as well as make notes, images, and interact with the device in many ways.
Have a peek at our hands-on with some of the Premium Suite updates in the video above, and get prepared for the T-Mobile version of the device which will be coming soon. We're expecting this device to be released for T-Mobile within the next few weeks.
Check out the timeline below as well for more Galaxy Note action from all corners of the Samsung universe - and grab one soon!