There are a number of assumptions being made about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release date delay for the United States, although during this confusion we’ve seen T-Mobile post the Galaxy Note 2 smartphone onto their website just to tease us a little more. The sad part of this is that they don’t include an exact launch date, or even a pre-order button.
You only need to run a search for Samsung’s “Galaxy Note II” on the T-Mobile website to be greeted with a couple of results, which include the Galaxy Note 2 in a Titanium Gray and Marble White. You’ll find a few photos showing the handset from different angles, the main specs that we all pretty much know by now, although the product pages are extremely detailed for every Galaxy Note 2 feature with the aim of explaining how good this device is.
You can see the Titanium Gray Galaxy Note 2 product page on T-Mobile here, which highlights the 5.5-inch screen, 1.6GHz Quad-core, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as main selling points, which are then followed up with a long list of features with a little about each of these.
Why is T-Mobile taking so long to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and also Verizon, Sprint, and other US networks? This is the question that some Note 2 fans cannot understand, although they’re joined by a few others with certain opinions about why this might be. Some of the more extreme views include the possibility that Verizon and AT&T lack pre-order dates thanks to the iPhone 5 hype, and some people believe that the sales are lacking, which resulted in stock that needs to be sold before they can push the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
This is certainly one of the opinions that need to be placed under “conspiracy theories“, although you never know and the popularity of the Galaxy Note 2 only seems to be growing the longer fans have to wait. It seems the more people that want it; the more people seem to be joining in with the love of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. We must also remember Apple has gained success from similar hype surrounding their iPhones, so maybe it is time for the Note 2 to share in that same marketing success through building hype.
How badly do you want the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and if so what US network do you want it on?
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