After leaving potential users in the dark about the Samsung Galaxy Note T-Mobile price and release date, the details have finally received a mention. This Galaxy device is speculated to reach online stores and select retail outlets on August 8.
The handset is expected to be priced at $249, following a $50 mail-in rebate and a 2-year voice and data scheme, reports Phandroid. Alternately, it may be purchasable at $199.99 with an extra $20 monthly rental for the initial 20 months, as part of the service provider’s Value voice and data plan.
Just as a reminder, the smartphone offers a generously proportioned 5.3-inch WXGA display with a 1280 × 800p resolution. It rides on Gingerbread, while a dual core processor with 1.4GHz clock speeds looks after all the operations. One of its premium features is the S Pen that gets along with a range of exclusive applications. Just a few days back, the device received its Premium Suite and ICS updates as well.
On the connectivity front, the phone offers Bluetooth v3.0 + HS, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, USB 2.0 and Wi-Fi Direct. It houses 16GB internal hoarding space and supports expandability via a 32GB microSD card. Photography enthusiasts can settle for the 8MP rear snapper and the front-facing 2MP sensor. The primary snapper proffers 1080p full HD video recording and playback. Needles to mention, it provides access to a host of applications from Google Play.
For now, fans can be satisfied that the Samsung Galaxy Note T-Mobile price and release date information is out, even if not officially.