T-Mobile USA could be the final destination of the Samsung Galaxy Note, reports leak today that the fourth largest wireless carrier in United States may bring the 5.3-inch Android smartphone to its market next month featuring its “4G” HSPA+ network.
According to Phone Arena, a leak this week revealed that a Samsung Galaxy Note sporting the T-Mobile USA is headed to the market by July 11, and coming with Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU, Android Ice Cream Sandwich and 8-megapixel camera.
The new phone is expected to arrive before the rumored launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the next-gen Android-based Samsung “tab phone” that will reportedly ship with a better build quality, Exynos 4, the quad-core CPU similar to the Galaxy S3's, and other new features possibly including Super AMOLED Plus HD and a slightly larger display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the successful phones of Samsung last year, so it is safe to say that the company is bringing a new version before the end of 2012 to generate more revenue.
Samsung’s rival, Apple, is widely expected to unveil its new smartphone this fall, similar to the rumored release date of the Galaxy Note 2. According to Samsung, it does not comment on rumors but its Middle East Twitter account recently teased its followers that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 exists.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is currently available via AT&T in United States, or unlocked for other countries with the original Exynos dual-core System-on-a-chip.