T-Mobile Galaxy Note Squeezes out of FCC

We have an exciting piece of information for all you phone buffs in the US. Samsung’s second most awaited device (first being the Galaxy SIII,) the Galaxy Note has passed the FCC hurdle.

Now we can almost expect the device to debut the stores in July. Rumor mills have suggested that the device will make entry through the T-Mobile in the 11th of July. However, we have no official say from the carrier yet.

Galaxy Note’s arrival on the largest carrier in the US, T-Mobile, is likely to hike the anticipation. And the handset passing the FCC has certainly spruced up the eagerness.

In case you have forgotten, the Galaxy Note offers a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display that has a resolution of 1280 x 800.

Inside the phone, we have a dual core 1.4GHz processor that is run by an Android Gingerbread 2.3 (or an Android ICS 4.0).

The handset has dual set cameras for video chat, 8 megapixel cameras with an LED flash in rear and a 2 megapixel camera in the front.

The market will now see a competition of two Samsung Titans, as the Galaxy S3 is also making its entry late June.

It will be interesting to watch which Sammy high-end phone will sell more on T-Mobile. What is your thought on this guys?

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