Samsung has finally announced when the Galaxy Note 2 will be available in United States, and it seems like all carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and the US Cellular will feature the N7100 phablet starting with mid-November.
The Galaxy Note 2 has been tweaked and improved so that it will deliver the best and fastest performance over 4G LTE and HSPA= networks. As you know, you can already pre-order the device from U.S. Cellular. The other carriers should accept pre-orders in the next couple of days and you should keep an eye on each carrier respective web site so that you'll be one of the first persons to acquire the Note 2. Since Samsung had an event planned for October 24th, we all thought that that's the date when we will find out the release date of the smartphone- tablet hybrid but it seems like Samsung has other plans in stores.
N7100 will come with the Exynos 1.6 quad-core CPU that is the first Exynos device that has support for LTE. The other specs of Note 2 is 2GB RAM, 5.5" Super AMOLED HD 720p display, 16GB internal storage that can be expanded using a microSD with up to 64GB. It will come with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean latest firmware, 3100 mAh battery. The latest firmware build of Jelly Bean comes with the Multi Window feature, a function that allows you to open and use two different application simultaneously.
Since the phablet will be available starting with mid-November you should start browsing the T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon Wireless and AT&T web sites to find out when will they start to accept pre-orders. Remember that the U.S. Cellular already accepts pre-orders.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has already been released in Europe, the United States had to wait so that the Exynos CPU will be able to support the LTE technology and this might be the main reason of the delay. Samsung expect the Note 2 to become one of their best selling Android devices.