The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note has vanished at T-Mobile without explanation and it apparently has disappeared from stock at a few retailers as well.
Over the past day or so, we’ve heard from several consumers who have told us the Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile has up and vanished from T-Mobile’s website and the website’s of Walmart, Costco and Wirefly. T-Mobile has yet to indicate why the device has vanished from its online store and why it is no longer available at several well-known retailers.
Oddly enough, the device remains available through Samsung and through Best Buy.
TMoNews was the first to notice that the device was missing.
On August 8th, T-Mobile finally launched the original 5.3-inch Galaxy Note after a long wait. And now, oddly enough, just a few weeks later, the device has seemingly disappeared without a trace.
Conspiracy theories are abound as to why the Galaxy Note has up and left T-Mobile’s website and why it has become unavailable at several others.
With the Samsung Galaxy Note II on the horizon for August 29th, it’s possible that T-Mobile decided to can the device in favor of the new model.
However, a more likely theory is that the device is just simply out of stock. That doesn’t really explain the fact that the Galaxy Note has vanished completely from T-Mobile’s site though. If it was out of stock, the carrier would likely label it as such.
So, it would appear that consumers are in the midst of a mystery and it’s possible that the plot could thicken at some point in the near future when T-Mobile finally decides to address the situation.
Thus far though, T-Mobile and the retailers who have sold out of the device remain silent leaving consumers to wonder just what is going on with the T-Mobile Galaxy Note.
Anyone out there discouraged by the news?