The Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung’s upcoming 5.5-inch phablet which is scheduled to hit the United States sometime this year, has again been rumored for the networks of AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint as well as Canadian carrier Bell.
BriefMobile has discovered several screenshots that seem to back up claims of an AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2, rumored to be called SGH-I317,which is a device that we’ve seen pop up in the past with that name.
The device, which is said to be AT&T’s Galaxy Note 2 apparently is identical to the international version of the Galaxy Note 2 and is currently undergoing testing at AT&T to ensure that the device is good to go.
The leaked screenshots reveal an assortment of details including Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, a quad-core Exynos processor, and some impressive benchmark scores.
Unfortunately, there is no rumored release date for the device just yet.
In addition, it appears that they too have heard whispers of Galaxy Note 2 models headed to T-Mobile and Sprint, both of which popped up on the radar last week.
It looks like the Galaxy Note 2 may end up hitting Canadian carrier Bell and U.S. Cellular at some point as well.
The T-Mobile and Sprint Galaxy Note 2 models popped up in similar fashion last week with leaks detailing some of their features and disclosing their possible model numbers.
The carrier involved have yet to confirm the device for their networks though we expect them to do so sometime in the coming weeks.
Samsung has said that the Galaxy Note 2 will be released in regions in Europe, Asia and the Middle East in October though it’s unclear if the United States will also get the device next month.
The company stated that it would see the device later this year but offered no specifics.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 is a big improvement over the original featuring a 5.5-inch HD display, an improved S-Pen, a quad-core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a bigger battery.
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