While T-Mobile might have beaten its rivals in sending out the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 statuses first, Verizon did not take too long to respond by also sending out delivery tracking numbers.
From what we know the Galaxy Note 7 T-Mobile delivery tracking numbers can be searched for with UPS, while the Verizon Note 7 delivery status can be found on the FedEx website.
This means that many of you that ordered your device early might be getting their devices a little sooner that August 19th, which was when we assumed that people would be taking possession of them.
Galaxy Note 7 hands-on reviews could start to appear on YouTube and tech websites early than anticipated, and once this happens we will begin to gain an insight as to just what work Apple has to do with its iPhone 7 Plus, or iPhone Pro model being rumoured.
We’re not too sure those T-Mobile and Verizon versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets will finally be delivered, and so this is why you need to keep an eye on the delivery status by entering your tracking number. As ever, thanks to those XDA forum members that received notifications from T-Mobile and Verizon.
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