While those of you in the United States continue to wait patiently for something official about the Samsung Galaxy Note release date, carrier and pricing, the highly anticipated device has launched across the pond in the United Kingdom on O2. The device has gone up for sale for just around $400 checking in with a price tag of £250, which translates to $396 in U.S. dollars.
The launch comes just a week after the carrier confirmed that it would be carrying the 5.3-inch device in the near future. Nicely done, O2.
As for a release in the U.S., we saw the device pass through the FCC with bands for AT&T so its possible that we could see it launch in time for the holidays. Unfortunately, nothing has leaked out that sings that tune just yet.
If you’re interested in the hybrid device, you’ll want to check out that hands-on video that will give you a good idea about what to expect.
You can find the Galaxy Note available on O2 here.
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