We are fairly certain that T-Mobile is prepping its own version of the 5.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note. However, details about some of the device’s features have remained scarce, that is, until today.
TMoNews has leaked an internal T-Mobile document that reveals several of the features that have been missing from the T-Mobile Galaxy Note conversation. Specifically, we now have information on the device’s processor, its cameras, software, and the network that the device will run on.
According to the document, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note will feature a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, an 8GB rear camera capable of recording 1080p video, a front-facing camera that is 2MP in nature and it will run on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network.
Sadly, which HSPA+ network remains a mystery.
We assume that T-Mobile will release it on its speedy HSPA+ 42 network but it’s also possible that it might be limited to its HSPA+ 21 network. Those details should emerge sometime soon.
Additionally, we have learned that T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich when it arrives. The software has yet to roll out Ice Cream Sandwich to AT&T’s Galaxy Note which means that it could have a leg up on it when and if it arrives in July.
The T-Mobile Galaxy Note has been rumored to be arriving next month and specifically, on July 11th. It is said to be coming in navy blue and not white and like AT&T’s device, it will feature a 5.3-inch HD display, a digitizing pen, and can make and receive voice calls on carrier networks.
It looks as though the Galaxy Note will be replaced by the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 later on this year, a device that is said to be coming in October with a 5.5-inch display with a massive 1680 x 1050 resolution, though, more recent rumors suggest that Samsung will choose to use a flexible display.