T-Mobile Galaxy Note to add Dropbox and Wi-fi calls

This week the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note has been revealed with a bow on it, showing off its own unique selection of carrier-added apps and the same fabulous S-Pen as the original. This device has been released internationally as well as on AT&T's 4G LTE network, while this newest release, set for later this summer, will be coming with T-Mobile's 4G – that being HSPA+, not quite LTE. T-Mobile has announced that this device will be popping up with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box in "the coming weeks" with a specific date showing its face much sooner than that.

This device will be coming with a surprise engine: the Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 dual-core processor at 1.5GHz. While we may have expected Samsung to have upgraded to the same Snapdragon S4 that their Galaxy S III lineup is coming fresh with this season, it's also quite clear that the Galaxy Note is running swift as it needs to with only the pre-S4 under the hood.

T-Mobile's own lineup of apps includes everything they'd normally drop inside as far as data and content handlers plus gems such as Square, Dropbox, Evernote, and CamScanner. The last app on that list, CamScanner, is an app quick uses your device's camera to snap photos that are then converted into PDFs. This can be extremely useful with the Galaxy Note's newfound ability to interact with PDFs in its "Premium Suite" upgrade which we got our hands on just this past week.

Have a peek below at the video of the Premium Suite working on the AT&T version of this device:

And get pumped for the T-Mobile version with such fabulous carrier additions as Wi-fi phone calls for this device coming up quick!