AT&T Galaxy Note II confirmed in leaked screenshots

While it’s already been rumored that Samsung’s new Galaxy Note II would be making its way to Sprint, a new leak suggests the phone could be making its way to AT&T as well. A set of leaked screenshots allegedly show off the upcoming Note II with the model number SGH-I317, running on Ma Bell’s 4G LTE network.

As expected, the device features Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and sports a screen resolution of 720×1280. What is surprising though, is the fact that the handset is equipped with the same quad-core Exynos 4412 processor as the international version announced at IFA 2012. Additionally, it’s rumored that AT&T’s version won’t feature any carrier branding, with Samsung opting for a unified portfolio of devices across the board.

An exact release date wasn’t mentioned, but the inside source claims the device will launch “very soon”. The same source also says the 5.5-inch beast will be available on T-Mobile, Sprint, and Bell in Canada, too. Without any official announcement, it’s probably best to take this leak with a hefty grain of salt.

Source: BriefMobile

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