Last week, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note disappeared without a trace from T-Mobile’s website. Today, the device has made its triumphant return though it remains out of the stock.
T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note has resurfaced on T-Mobile’s website, just a few days after the 5.3-inch phablet went missing in the carrier’s online store and started to become out of stock at various retailers.
T-Mobile’s website lists the Galaxy Note as being “Out of Stock” and the carrier has yet to reveal when customers may be able to purchase it again.
After the device’s vanishing act, T-Mobile issued an extremely vague statement saying that the device was currently out of stock online but that it was available in select retail stores.
That statement came after a report claimed that the device had already hit EOL (End of Life) and that it would disappear altogether by November.
Now, with the device’s reemergence, T-Mobile’s plans remain even more unclear. Will the device return to stock in the near future? Is it going to sit out of stock for months like the LG G2x did? Or will it vanish again?
T-Mobile has yet to confirm anything and it has done nothing to provide information for those who bought the Galaxy Note just a few short weeks ago when it launched on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. Current Galaxy Note owners have many questions left unanswered and will have plenty of more if T-Mobile decides to launch the Galaxy Note 2.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will launch on August 29th and after the device disappeared, we suspected that T-Mobile might be opting to launch the new Galaxy Note instead.
It still might, though, the fact that the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is back online dampens the chances of the carrier seeing the Galaxy Note 2 at launch.
In any event, we’ll let you know if and when the T-Mobile Galaxy Note comes back into stock at T-Mobile.
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