T-Mobile To Release Samsung Galaxy Note II Without LTE Support
An internal screen grab from T-Mobile of the Samsung Galaxy Note II doesn’t mention support for LTE connectivity. Its list of specifications, nonetheless, confirms that the device will come with a 1.5 GHz quad core processor, Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1 Operating System, and a 5.5-inch HD Super Amoled Plus display.
It is said to be one of Big Magenta’s fastest smartphones with a speed of 42 mbps. Also, it comes with a 3100 mAh battery, which is the largest battery which the South Korean phone maker has created. The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note II also comes with SAFE Certification. This means that the phablet may be used securely for business purposes.
Although the lack of support for LTE connectivity may be a disappointment for some who had been expecting it, the feature could be available in its forthcoming devices. A few months ago, T-Mobile announced that it is launching its LTE network in the middle of next year thanks to a spectrum deal with Verizon Wireless. It appears, however, that owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note II would not be able to enjoy its high-speed when it finally arrives.
That said, even without LTE connectivity, the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note II are quite solid. They appear to be consistent with its claims of being a device that entertains its users and helps them become productive.