The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release date and price may not be clear as of now, but we know for sure that the smartphone will land in the US this fall. It plays successor to the 5.3-inch Note that was recently canceled by T-Mobile on account of the introduction of the second generation handset.
Flaunting an even bigger screen than its predecessor, the phone comes with a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED touch panel and a 1.9MP webcam, allowing users to engage in video conferencing over the web. An 8MP camera complete with features like LED flash, auto focus and 1080p video recording capability sits on the back panel. Pre-loaded with a racing title, the device is capable of delivering console-quality gaming, thanks to a 1.6GHz quad core Exynos processor.
The smartphone in question draws power from a 3,100mAh battery which claims to offer talk time of close to 15 hours on a single charge. The AllShare Cast function, with the assistance of the AllShare Cast Wireless Hub accessory, works towards wirelessly streaming content saved on the gadget on big screen HDTVs. Moreover, it supports Wi-Fi calling and is pre-loaded with multiple S Pen applications and security attributes to avoid unauthorized access to confidential information.
As we mentioned above, the carrier has not revealed the price or release date of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It is expected to be launched in the US in the coming weeks.