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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 U.S. Release Date Could Land in October

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will land in Canada on October 30th and that means that there is a chance that the Galaxy Note 2 U.S release date could land in October as well.

According to MobileSyrup, the Galaxy Note 2 phablet will be hitting TELUS and¬†Mobilicity on October 30th. TELUS officially announced this as the release date for the Galaxy Note 2 and it appears that that’s the date that Mobilicity is giving those who pre-order the device through its website.

So, barring any setbacks, it looks like the Galaxy Note 2 will take its 5.5-inch HD display, quad-core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and more to Canada in just a few short weeks.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 U.S. Launch Date Confirmed.

Galaxy Note 2 Display

The Galaxy Note 2.

Those that don’t want to buy the Galaxy Note 2 on either of those carriers will be able to find the tablet on a host of other Canadian carriers as well including Bell, WIND, Rogers, Videotron and SaskTel.

And while that’s great news for Canadians hoping to get a hold of Samsung’s next-generation phablet, those in the U.S. looking to get the Note 2 still don’t know when the device might launch.

Samsung has an event scheduled for October 24th where it will launch the Galaxy Note 2 in the United States and given that U.S. Cellular has a pre-order up for the Galaxy Note 2 right now with an estimated release coming in October and the fact that Canada is getting the Galaxy Note 2 in October, it’s possible that we could see at least one U.S. carrier launch the device in October if not all of them.

Earlier this year, Canada got the Galaxy S III right around the same time as the United States. Its launch was originally scheduled for June 21st, same day that T-Mobile released the Galaxy S III. And while it ended up launching later, it was because of supply issues. American carriers like AT&T and Sprint were affected by those supply issues as well and would have launched the Galaxy S III in June if they could have.

That being said, if Samsung follows similar protocol, we could see release dates land this month instead of in November. At the very least, we’ll likely see a pre-order arrive on October 24th.

So while nothing is confirmed, history and the Canadian release date seem to point to a Galaxy Note 2 October release as being a possibility.

12 Comments

  1. B.Jay

    10/12/2012 at 12:14 pm

    God I hope your right… *ATT User here*

    • Willie

      10/12/2012 at 12:58 pm

      Waiting on one of these too, wish they would hurry up.

  2. Mike

    10/12/2012 at 12:57 pm

    VERIZON C’mon Don’t Embarass your customers by not getting the Galaxy Note 2 !

    VERIZON MUST GET IT TO ATLEAST BE CONSIDRED RESPECTABLE IN THIS DAY & AGE!

    • Mike

      10/12/2012 at 3:57 pm

      they are getting it. all 5 major carriers are. this has been known for some time now.

  3. Margaret

    10/12/2012 at 1:05 pm

    I hope so too. Looking forward to finally get my hands on one of these!

  4. luc

    10/12/2012 at 1:25 pm

    Please, do not come to the US, please don’t.

  5. Landon

    10/12/2012 at 2:11 pm

    Tmobile please come out with the galaxy note 2

  6. Wonderer

    10/12/2012 at 2:22 pm

    Wonder why Sprint is not in Cincinnati? I am getting a Note 2, but not from a carrier that only has g3 on a phone like a galaxy note 2. Darn it.

  7. Jake

    10/12/2012 at 4:08 pm

    Not only do I hope that It’s releast in the U.S but I hope that It’s affordable as well!!!!

    • Jake

      10/13/2012 at 7:59 am

      We already know it’s going to be released in the US. Pay attention.

  8. vienessa

    10/13/2012 at 4:43 pm

    I am on Sprint and live in the USA so please hurry up and release the Samsung galaxy note 2.

  9. Stanley Campbell

    10/16/2012 at 12:26 pm

    This phone I think is going to be sick. I can’t wait for it to come out in the US, and have seen different eta’s on the matter. I am dropping my iPhone for one of these bad boys, and can’t wait to do so!

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