The release of Samsungs Galaxy Note for T Mobile appears imminent now that support documentation for the device was found on T Mobiles official site.
Since T Mobiles HSPA+ network uses the 1700 MHz band, a T Mobile Galaxy Note will surely support that frequency, but Im curious to see if radio support for AT&Ts HSPA+ network is included as well.
To make up for coming so late to the market the T Mobile version comes running ICS out of box and is also SAFE certified, which means it has a full suite of enterprise ready features and capabilities, including support for top tier mobile device management (MDM) providers, on device AES256 bit encryption, enhanced support for Microsoft Exchange, as well as integrated support for a range of virtual private network (VPN) solutions.
One of T Mobile’s fastest devices leveraging its 4G (HSPA+ 42) network and running on Android(TM) 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Samsung’s Premium Suite, the Galaxy Note provides an innovative, all in one experience that is perfect for work, play and everything in between.
In addition to that, there were several leaked images of a T Mobile branded Samsung Galaxy Note that surfaced in the past.
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