AT&T release date for the Galaxy Note 2 is November 9th

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 AT&T

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the most powerful smartphone on the market at the moment and there are a lot awaiting for it. Hopefully it will become available at AT&T on November 9th with a price tag of $300 on a 2-year contract.

The AT&T Galaxy Note 2 has the same design as the international version, unlike the previous version. So you can expect a physical button and two software buttons on the front size, instead of the four touch keys Samsung got you used to. It also comes with 4G LTE support and the quad-core beast.

So, it features a 16GB internal memory, 2GB of RAM, a 1.6Ghz quad-core Exynos processor, an 8MP 1080p camera and a 1.9MP 720p frontal one, microSD card slot and a 5.5-inch 1280x720p Super AMOLED HD display.

The Galaxy Note 2 also comes with an S-Pen and the Premium Suite, which is a bunch of apps designed especially for the stylus. If you didn’t get your hands on the original Note or the Note 2 yet, then you should know that this isn’t any regular stylus. It does feature a button and the display has a sensor for the stylus and it can be used even without touching the display. The phablet has a lot of features designed especially for the S-Pen and you will find a lot of things much easier to do by using it.

It also comes with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean on board, which means you can enjoy Google’s latest operating system. Though Google is preparing to release Android 4.2 soon, while it will probably take a few months until Samsung manages to update the Note 2.

Fortunately the AT&T release date is not very far away and you will soon be able to get your hands on it. Are you going for the Note 2 or do you prefer another smartphone instead ?

  • Adrian Gonzalez

    I am very surprised about the first sentence, especially in a site for Android Geeks that should hopefully be run by geeks: Everyone concedes that the Asus Padfone 2 is the most powerful smartphone on the market at this moment, just considering the phone itself, even against the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. So here are my 2 recommendations: 1) read and research before you post and don’t just copy/paste what some vendors tell you. 2) Date-stamp your posts so us readers would know how old is the post to avoid wasting our time.
    By the way, I ordered the Samsung and not the Asus due to the price, but not for being the best