We’ve heard rumblings that the Galaxy Note will be launching on T-Mobile USA sometime in July, but new information from TmoNews indicates that the handset is currently planned for release in August. The site previously had information that showed customers would be able to pick up a Note on July 11th, but new dates from internal T-Mobile documents show the Note as landing on August 8th.
That’s a considerable gap between the launch of international handset back in November, and even the AT&T version of the Note, launched on February 19th. Rumors have indicated that the sequel will be with us either in September or October, so if T-Mobile goes ahead with an August launch customers probably won’t be too happy if the Note II does launch in that time frame. The AT&T version of the Galaxy Note features a Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor clocked at 1.5Ghz, 1GB of RAM, and LTE connectivity. It’s unclear if the T-Mobile Galaxy Note will see different specs.
The Note II, meanwhile, is said to feature a slightly larger 5.5-inch screen with a Super AMOLED HD display plus a quad-core Exynos processor. The device will reportedly undergo a new design bringing it closer to the aesthetics of the Galaxy S III, and the width of the phone will be reduced compared to the current Note.
[via Unwired View]