Samsung Galaxy Note All Set For AT&T 4G LTE

For those of you who have been watering at the mouth over Samsung’s Galaxy Note (SGH-I717), we bring good tidings.  As most already know, it’s headed to AT&T and will fully support the carrier’s 4G LTE bands.  The device will still sport the whopping 5.3-inch display with 1280 x 800 res and much like the Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, will house Qualcomm’s dual-core 1.5 GHz MSM8660 chip instead of Sammy’s popular and high-end performing Exynos.  Most likely it’s there for the same reason T-Mo had to use it, band compatibility.  While that’s certainly a bummer, it’s still nice to see the device hit the states.  The handset should come with Gingerbread 2.3.x on board as we’ve heard nothing in the pipeline for the device being upgraded to Android 4.0 ICS anytime soon.  Keep your fingers crossed though.  As expected, it’s more than likely we’ll be able to check the device out next month at CES.  Don’t forget to check out all of the screen shots of this monster thanks to our friends over at Pocket Now.

[via Pocket Now]


About the Author: Axl Logan

Born and raised in New York City, Axl Logan is an avid tech junkie and Starbucks attendee. He enjoys everything digital from the latest cameras, tablets and mp3 players to the hottest smartphones on the market. He considers there to be no greater honor than to rock an Android phone and to be reporting the latest and greatest on Google and the hottest OS to ever hit a handset. Making the move from Windows Mobile to Android, functionality and productivity have never been better. Armed with a passion for Android, his Droid Razr and a cool as hell name like Axl, he aims to report everything and anything Android related. Axl currently works as an IT tech for a major firm in NY and loves to ride bike, play video games, and read a good book in his spare time.