Ever since we first saw the Samsung Galaxy Note at IFA in Berlin, we've been waiting for it to make its appearance stateside. Months later, it's finally coming to AT&T on February 19th. We've collected everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note for AT&T — the whole backstory, our full review of the phone, and lots more!
As promised, the Samsung Galaxy Note is now available for sale on AT&T.
Samsung's Galaxy Note will be available on AT&T starting February 19th for $299.99 on contract.
AT&T's Q1 roadmap leaked: Titan II for $199.99 on March 18th, Galaxy Note for $299.99 on February 18th?
A source has told BGR that the HTC Titan II will come out on March 18th for $199.99. Of course, if Windows Phone doesn't suit your fancy there are also plenty of LTE-equipped Android phones coming to AT&T: the Sony Xperia Ion, Samsung Exhilarate, and Samsung Skyrocket HD are all slated for release towards the end of the first quarter. Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy Note is rumored to arrive on the network on February 18th for $299.99.
The ultimate converged device or just a 5.3-inch gimmick?
Does the Galaxy Note fit in a pocket?
Galaxy Note on AT&T revealed by Samsung at CES 2011.
Even before today, it was looking likely the Samsung Galaxy Note was headed for AT&T, and today PocketNow released some official-looking promo images that make it even more probable.
Accessory vendor Anymode has prematurely leaked that AT&T will likely unveil the Samsung Galaxy Note at CES 2012.
The stylus-strapped Galaxy Note has achieved its first milestone, crossing the one million shipments mark within a couple of months of its global release.
Samsung announces a LTE version of the Galaxy Note. It includes NFC, and it appears to be available now.
Teaser Android app reveals more than intended