T-Mobile Galaxy Note Accessories Arrive in Stores

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.

Is the T-Mobile Galaxy Note launching soon? It looks like it might be.

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.

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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.

  

Comments

  1. Xi d ix says

    Tmobile would be dum for getting this phone when I can just go to AT&T and get it rite now and have LTE. This would be an epic fail for Tmobile lmao

    • lola says

      I don’t understand your logic. What about the people on T-Mobile who want it? If you are on T-Mobile and get the GNote from AT$T the person wouldn’t get LTE, they wouldn’t even get 4g, they would have to flash a 4g radio. It makes perfect sense for T-Mobile to sell this phone. What wouldn’t make sense would be if it was released with ics…the GNote is already 9 months old (international) and 6 months old in the u.s. Hopefully they will sell this awesome phone with jelly bean. I have the international GNote and use it on Tmobile, yes only 2g but it’s fine and is actually pretty fast for being 2g.

  2. sonic says

    Um I dont see the point in this device coming to tmobile I’m with the top comment going to att would be better the phone is old tmobile really try for note 2 then we will talk and it has the same specs. WTH

  3. lola says

    The GNote is still a popular phone and still highly sought after, that’s why. If you’re on T-Mobile going to get it at at$t makes no sense what so ever. This phone will still sell and it’s the perfect device for T-Mobile to add to their line up. I take it neither one of you guys have tmobile? Because if you did then you should see that T-Mobile getting it is a good thing.

  4. lola says

    And could one of you explain why going to AT$T to buy the note would be better??? Especially if you’re on T-Mobile. I am not understand the logic in that statement and would appreciate it if you guys could explain it to me. Thanks

  5. lola says

    But people on Tmobile wouldn’t get LTE, eventually they would, sometime in 2013! So that isn’t an “obvious” choice. The “available now” isn’t obvious either since there are people who aren’t quite ready for their upgrade, but will be by the time the Note hits T-Mobile. And it is coming to T-Mobile, it’s not just a rumor.

  6. Sonic says

    I see ur point but it doesn’t make sence to wait when it’s available now on AT&T for contract plus I can get it priced matched for 199.99 contract I have Tmobile and their freaking Service sucks and their customer skills are bad honestly Tmobile better play ball before the fall behind like they are now

    • lola says

      It makes perfect sense, maybe not for you, but for the people who want to stay on T-Mobile and want this phone it makes perfect sense. I could careless if T-Mobile gets it or not, I’ve had my GNote n7000 since December. I’ve been with tmobile for 11 years, my service is awesome! Not one dropped call, no loss of service, not one wrong bill, nothing, they have been awesome to me, letting me upgrade when it’s not even time, hence why I have the htc sensation, sgs2, vibrant, just added the GNex and I have the note….my service/network on all my phone have been awesome. His obvious the people laughing at T-Mobile getting the GNote don’t have T-Mobile for a carrier, if you did then you would see that it makes sense. At$t got the GNote in February, it’s only July, 5 months later, big deal.

  7. I SlugZ I says

    Hello sarcasm I hope that picture of the note is not saying a Tmobile leaked galaxy note because I zoomed in on it and saw a AT&T logo I was reading the comments and both of you make sence but the device is old and I’m not wasting money on a Phone that has already been realased have s3 and couldn’t be any happier

  8. lola says

    Of coarse it didn’t make sense for someone who just upgraded to the sgs3 to get the GNote….but what about the person who bought the Samsung vibrant and is holding on to their upgrade because they don’t see anything they want at T-Mobile? Different strokes for different folks. Nobody made a fuss about at$t getting the GNote after it was out in the market for 5 months brute hitting the u.s….the same could be said about people not wanting to buy a carrier phone when they could buy the unlocked version. Same scenario here. I’ll leave it be, all I’m saying is just because a phone is 5 months old doesn’t make it obsolete for another carrier to sell, a lot of people want the GNote, regardless of it being “old” or the GNote 2 coming out. The GNote 2 coming out means nothing to majority of people if it’s not coming yet to their carrier.

  9. Sonic says

    Well my point is that Tmobile doesn’t need this phone they have the s3 which is almost in the galaxy note category but my mind is made going to att and will go up from there sense the note probably has old specs it’s gonna be hard to choose the note or the s3 you want a bigger screen with old specs or do you still want a big screen with a faster processor replying to Slugz yeah I saw that to hopefully their not saying that’s a Tmobile leaked note

  10. OCC says

    I have to say that after eight years with T-mobile I don’t have any issues with them so far. Great service, cheap plans, great coverage, etc. Now, what doesn’t make any sense for me is to bring the Galaxy Note to T-mobile customers by August when the GNote 2 is just around the corner. I’m willing to buy a GNote but if I buy one I’d rather wait ’til the Note 2 hits the market. So once again it doesn’t make any sense to bring an “old phone” when there’s already a new version around with better screen, better camera and a quad-core processor . Or is it maybe that T-mobile is keeping a secret. They were supposed to launch their “GNote” by July and now they moved the date to August…Hmmmmm!!! Would you launch a “new” phone a week before a new version hits the shows???

  11. bob says

    it makes total sense for tmobile to get the note. say what u want about tmobile, but fact of the matter is they may be 4th of the major 4, but not for long.verizon and sprint use old a$$ cdma technology, and tmobile is spending tons of cash upgrading their infrustructure, especially when it comes to adding the critical 1900mhz frequency. that is usually the deal breaker when it comes to finding a phone. now if all the new phones were like the nexus, where it has a pentaband radio, then carrier pricing would be the option, which tmobile rules. thats why most people choose tmobile. there service is comparable, but much better priced. look at the iphone users using tmobiles network. thats proof in itself. i plan on selling my s3 when the note comes out for tmobile. only bc using square for personal business, that is a perfect phone to use credit cards and signatures. BTW……..at&t rates for the same service as tmobile is like $40 more. they double dip on their data usage, and just straight up thieves.

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