As T-Mobile finally clarified the Galaxy Note 2 release date a few days ago, one major aspect was still uncertain: the future price tag. Well, fortunately for us, now we have the official pricing offers for the new Note 2 handset, T-Mobile being the first carrier to offer the device through the US market. So, if you were expecting the phablet to be released, now you can start getting one for yourselves as you can buy the Note 2 straight form stores, or you can order it online.
Anyway, for that you should know that the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 price tag is $370 for a two year commitment and with the classic plan customers. This makes the Note a really hard to get device, as the price seems a little bit too expensive for me. But, the best part is that you can buy the same on a significant lower price, as the Wirefly Family and Friends website is providing the phablet for only $250.
Actually, the Note 2 is priced at $280 through Wirefly and only at $250 through the Wirefly Friends official website, meaning that you can easily save almost $120 for the same T-Mobile device. If you still don’t like this offer, then of course you can wait for the other US carriers, like Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular, or AT&T to announce and launch the Galaxy Note 2.
As a refreshment, the Samsung Note 2 specs and features are including a powerful 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage memory, a large 5.5 inch Super AMOLED display, an 8 MP camera on the back along with an 1.9 MP on the front, a microSD card slot, the usual Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, an 3100 mAh battery and the latest Android OS available, the Jelly Bean 4.1 ROM.
Therefore, if you like the Note 2 and want to buy it remember that the T-Mobile offer is a little bit too expensive and that you can always choose to enjoy the $120 discount offered by Wirefly. The device will be available in two versions depending on the color you prefer: titanium gray or marble white. That’s all for now, but stay close, or just subscribe to us for receiving the latest Android related news or guides.