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Galaxy Note 2 coming to AT&T, Sprint, Verizon starting tomorrow

Some relief had been gained yesterday thanks to AT&T officially releasing a statement on their Samsung Galaxy Note 2 release date and pre-order date, but today it seems that Samsung is joining in with the promotion of their 5.5-inch device on all the main networks. This has clearly been shown on Samsung’s social channels, which include a message about Galaxy Note 2 coming to AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular starting tomorrow.

The image that accompanied Samsung’s promotion of the Galaxy Note 2 can be seen below, from Google Plus, which basically outlines the main specs and features. These are pretty well-known by fans of this device by now, although feel free to take a look at the graphic below for an update as to why you love the Galaxy Note 2 so much.

Reactions from fans have included words like “finally” but also some wonder why they’re waiting for a November 9 release, and not sooner, although it is fair that some people won’t rush into one carrier and wanted the choice from all of those networks Samsung mentioned today. Considering the constant pushbacks by Samsung it is understandable why some people would state their “willingness to believe a date from Samsung” is pretty low.

Samsung’s Oct 24 event and the real Galaxy Note 2 release date — it is interesting the way their message had been submitted on Google Plus, which said that the Galaxy Note 2 is coming to the above carriers “starting tomorrow“. We knew that Samsung’s event had been scheduled for Oct 24, and AT&T said yesterday that you could pre-order on Oct 25, but the device would not release until Nov 9.

This is clearly Samsung stating that the pre-orders are “starting” and not when you’ll see the tablet release, so at least this means the majority of networks are allowing pre-orders around the same time.

If you want to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, will it be on AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, or U.S. Cellular?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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