Samsung has already announced that their latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 2, is going to reach the US by the end of the year. Now BriefMobile released some leaked screenshots that confirm the fact that Galaxy Note 2 is heading to the US soon.
It seems like the AT&T Galaxy Note 2 will be codenamed SGH i317 and it will come with 4G LTE suport. Fortunately Samsung managed to make their processor compatible with the 4G LTE chip, so it will feature the same quad-core Exynos 4412 CPU as the international version.
The leaked screenshots also show that it’s running on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and has a 1280×720 resolution. Most likely, the US Galaxy Note 2 will look just like the international version, as Samsung stopped making different versions since they released the Galaxy S3.
We also have some leaked benchmarks in the screenshots below and you can take a look at them. They are very impressive, though it was to be expected from a device with such hardware. Unfortunately no release date or pricing were revealed in the leak, though we can expect it to show up later this month for about $200 with a 2-year contract.
Following AT&T, most other networks will probably get the phablet soon, including Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.