Availability Details Emerge For The Samsung Galaxy Note

by Joe Sirianni on
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The popular phone tablet dubbed “phablet” by some was recently launched over the weekend in Germany and Samsung has provided a few more details as to who’s getting the monster 5.3-inch device next.  Check out the list below and if your carrier is on it, go celebrate.  Because though some find the device to be in a confusing market and target a confusing demographic, I”ve seen nothing but positive feedback regarding the monstrous handset and all of its features.  And with the occasional ”damn, that thing is big” most people are giving it a warm welcome.  Personally, if that device makes its way into the US on any of the four major carriers, I can’t be held responsible for how I will act :)  Expect the device to launch across the UK and Europe on a number of carriers between now and Nov 25th.

Country/Carrier:

  • Germany (out now) – Vodafone, DT, O2
  • Netherlands (Nov. 1) – KPN, Vodafone
  • Belgium (Nov. 1) – KPN, Vodafone
  • United Kingdom (Nov. 2) – Carphone Warehouse, Phones4U, O2
  • France (Nov. 2) – SFR, TPH
  • Poland (Nov. 4) – Plus, Mediamarkt
  • Hungary (Nov. 4) – Panon
  • Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia (Nov. 5) – Swisscom, MOT, Three, Mobitel, SIM-free
  • Spain (Nov. 7) – Telefonica, Vodafone, Orange
  • Italy (Nov. 10) – Vodafone, Three, TIM
  • Portugal (Nov. 10) – Fnac, Worten, TPH, TMN
  • Greece (Nov. 11) – Cosmote, Vodafone, Wind, SIM-free
  • Romania, Bulgaria (Nov. 14) – Vodafone, M-Tel, Globul, Vivacom, SIM-free
  • Lithuania (Nov. 14) – Omnitel, LMT, EMT
  • Finland, Denmark, Sweden (Nov. 22) – Telia, Telenor, TPH, Elkjop, DNA
  • Croatia, Serbia (Nov. 23) – Telenor, VIP, TOP
  • Czec Republic (Nov. 25) – XSK, VDF, XEZ, ORS

[via Android Central]

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  • Bcroc

    Hi there!

    Just a quick note: In Hungary there used to be a Carrier Pannon, but it was changed to Telenor.

    Otherwise, it’s great news! :)