Galaxy Note 2 Release Date Set for Nov. 9 on AT&T

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By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
October 23, 2012|4:34 pm

The Galaxy Note 2 release date will be Nov. 9 for AT&T customers.

The carrier issued a press release earlier today that outlined its plans for launching the smartphone tablet hybrid.

AT&T will begin accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 2 on Oct. 25 and will price the device at $300 with a new 2-year contract.

The Galaxy Note 2 will be the first device on AT&T to have a quad-core processor and come running Android 4.1, JellyBean. It also features a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display and 8-megapixel camera.

The upcoming Galaxy Note 2 release event in NYC will be graced with a performance by hip-hop star and producer Kanye West.

Samsung confirmed earlier today that the G.O.O.D. Music maestro will be assisting the company to launch one of the most highly anticipated devices this year at its upcoming event in NYC set to take place tomorrow.

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The company is now offering NYC fans a chance to attend the performance on its Facebook page. Samsung still has not released the details, but just said to stay tuned to the Facebook to find out exactly how to enter.

The Galaxy Note 2 will also launch on T-Mobile in the near future as the device is already listed on the company's website.

"Samsung innovation at its best, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 offers unmatched power with a large screen and new slimmer design," reads the carrier's page for the phablet. "Create produce, and share with this fun all-in-one device."

On the side of the page it says that the Galaxy Note is coming soon to T-Mobile and that pricing is not yet available.

The Galaxy Note 2 release was confirmed by the carrier in a press release earlier this month.

"The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the latest innovative device to join T-Mobile's portfolio. It takes the all-in-one device concept to the next level and we anticipate it will replace many standalone devices consumers have today," said Brad Duea, the senior vice president of product management for T-Mobile USA.

 

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