Recent top-tier phones from Samsung have managed to propagate to major U.S. and international carriers while retaining their model names, like the Samsung Galaxy S III or the Samsung Galaxy Note II. As one moves down into the mid-tier range, we are starting to see carriers renaming Samsung devices to be more carrier specific.
Like the Galaxy S III before it, Samsung has just announced that the new Galaxy Note II will indeed hit all five major U.S. carriers — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon Wireless — by the middle of this November.
Fine, I admit it, the company’s still being pretty vague here.
A tip today provided by @evleaks indicates the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be made available with the same color selections as the Samsung Galaxy S 5. At the very least, this seems to suggest black and white will be available on all carriers when the device is released.
Yes friends, the Galaxy Note 8.0 has made another appearance through the FCC hallways– this time highlighting a unique cellular modem. The SM-T315 variant was recently spotted featuring HSPA+ frequencies, but an LTE frequency that is currently not compatible with American technologies.
As we reported earlier, AT&T and Samsung have released a joint statement regarding the impending release of the Samsung Galaxy Note II. This followed news that Samsung was working with several major carriers to bring the device to the U.S. market.
T-Mobile seems to often be late to the party when rolling out devices, or maybe it’s just my perception as an 11-year customer when they don’t offer a device I want on day-one like other carriers. However, T-Mobile seems to end up getting most of the same nice devices as the other major carriers eventually. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is no exception in this case.
This is quite a momentous announcement by Samsung. The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III is expected to arrive in the U.S. very soon, but until now we didn’t have official word on which carriers would be selling the device. Samsung has managed to one-up its previous U.S. carrier coverage by adding U.S.