We knew the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 would arrive today in the US on AT&T, although you shouldn’t expect all stores to have stock, or even if they do it would likely be in a limited supply or go out of stock very quick. The popularity of the Galaxy Note 2 has been shown in the early sales results, more than 3m sold already, but this is even more impressive when you consider the large screen smartphone only hits AT&T today and is yet to arrive at Verizon Wireless.
The image above is a screenshot from the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 page on AT&T, and it clearly shows “Due Today” for the availability. If you’re one of our readers that want the Galaxy Note 2 on Verizon, then you should see our article here that features further details on the shipping date for Verizon, which is in just over 2 weeks.
Some people knew the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is for them right away and placed an AT&T pre-order last month, although others were a little indecisive and are now checking for stock at their local AT&T stores, which means a lot of disappointments considering how quick this handset is likely to sell in the US at AT&T. Shoppers will have the choice of the Marble White and Titanium Gray options for under $300, although this discounted price does require a 2 year contract.
You can see a screenshot above of AT&T’s stock availability search for stores that have the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and as you can see there are a number of AT&T stores with “out of stock” or “limited stock” notices, which might be due to Galaxy Note 2 popularity or thanks to some stores still awaiting stock. If you want to use this service you can do so on the official AT&T website, which can be found on the Galaxy Note 2 product page.
Have you picked up the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 at an AT&T store today, or are you waiting for Verizon Wireless? We also took a look at some of the Galaxy Note 2 rivals earlier today, which included the HTC Droid DNA but we’d love to know the smartphone you’d consider if it were not the Galaxy Note 2? You can learn more about the handsets smart features in our article from last week.