The T-Mobile Galaxy Note has made an appearance on T-Mobile’s website in the form of support documents.
TMoNews has discovered that support documents for the Samsung Galaxy Note have surfaced on T-Mobile’s official website and that while they are private and unreadable, it’s another sign that an announcement is on the way.
Unfortunately, we still don’t have an official announcement or any official indication that one is coming soon. Fortunately, with the ample evidence that has surfaced, we know that the T-M0bile Galaxy Note is very likely to launch in the days or weeks ahead.
The arrival of the support documents on T-Mobile’s website comes shortly after Galaxy Note accessories began to arrive in T-Mobile owned retail stores.
It also comes shortly after an official poster showed off T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy lineup, a lineup that boasted the still unannounced Samsung Galaxy Note.
So, even though the carrier has yet to announce anything, it seems as if a launch is imminent.
The Galaxy Note for T-Mobile was originally rumored to be out on July 11th, tomorrow, but now it looks like it might not launch until August 8th.
As for the device itself, it will likely be the same device that is currently on AT&T only it won’t have 4G LTE connectivity.
T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note is rumored to include the same S-Pen stylus, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a dual-core processor, an 8MP camera and the same 5.3-inch display that puts the device into the phablet family of devices rather than in the tablet or smartphone categories.
Samsung is also rumored to be putting out another new Galaxy Note in the Galaxy Note 2 which is rumored for an August unveiling at IFA in Germany.
That device is said to improve on just about everything from the Galaxy Note and is even rumored to boast a 5.5-inch display.