The Galaxy Note 2 will be released on all of the major U.S. carriers tomorrow including T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon, Sprint and AT&T.
All of these companies will release their very own version of the smartphone-tablet hybrid on Oct. 25 and most of them are expected to support 4G LTE.
This information was posted on the Galaxy Note Facebook page earlier today.
"Get ready: the Galaxy Note 2 is coming to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless starting tomorrow! Get the latest on your carrier," wrote Samsung Mobile USA.
AT&T confirmed this information in a press release yesterday.
However, the carrier only stated that it will begin accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 2 on Oct. 25, not ship it on that date.
AT&T will price the device at $300 with a new 2-year contract.
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.