T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note accessories have begun to arrive in T-Mobile owned retail locations which means that a launch of the carrier’s 5.3-inch phablet could be imminent.
TMoNews has posted an image of a Galaxy Note accessory that has apparently touched down in a physical retail location which could mean that the carrier is close to launching the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note.
Of course, accessories often can arrive long before the arrival of the actual device which means that we may not see the device launch on its original rumored date of July 11th.
In fact, the accessories might be arriving ahead of the device’s rumored August 8th launch, a date which surfaced just a few short weeks ago.
At the very least, the arrival of the accessory is a sign that the launch of the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is still on in light of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 rumors that have popped up over the last few weeks.
The news comes shortly after the device appeared in an official T-Mobile advertisement which seemed to point to the possibility of a launch as being close.
As for the device itself, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is likely going to look exactly like the original Galaxy Note that hit AT&T earlier this year.
It’s also said to 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.
We still aren’t sure if it will run on T-Mobile’s HSPA+42 network or HSPA+21 network but we are leaning towards the former.