As for U.S. mobile operators, we would expect AT&T to also carry the device considering it was the first to offer the original Galaxy Note to American buyers. We’ve also heard rumors saying that T-Mobile, who was late to jump on the Galaxy Note train, will launch the Galaxy Note 2 at some point in the future.
Today we hear, via xda-developers, that Sprint could also stock the new phablet at some point later this year. An unannounced device was spotted, the SPH-L900, and apparently the codename stands for Sprint’s Galaxy Note 2 version. Neither Sprint nor Samsung have confirmed the rumor, so we look forward to see more official details on the matter.
Meanwhile, here are the reported specs and features of the SPH-L900:
Support for EVDO, DOrA, WiFi and LTE!
2 GB RAM
16 GB HDD (with expansion slot up to 32 GB)
8 Megapixel camera
In case it sounds all too familiar, then it’s because these are mostly the specs of the Galaxy Note 2 – not counting the CDMA support easily spotted above.
The Galaxy Note 2 appears to have captured the interest of most U.S. carriers, so we’re definitely interested to see whether the second Samsung phablet will get an almost simultaneous launch in the region, at least with the Big Four. Or at least three of them, as Verizon has already announced its 5-inch LG phablet, and a similar device from HTC seems to be on the way.
Are you buying a Galaxy Note 2? What U.S. carrier will you be choosing?