The first confirmation of the Samsung Galaxy Note hitting T-Mobile came the other day in the form of a few screenshots, but today we have something better. The first live photo of the phoneblet just appeared online.
And to make things even better, the leaked unit is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which is yet to be seeded to the Galaxy Notes already in the market. The T-Mobile Note is carrying the model name T879 and should be identical to the international version specs-wise.
The main differences include the four capacitive buttons at the bottom, which come to replace the two capacitive and a conventional button combo, while the Samsung logo is moved to the bottom to make room for the T-Mobile branding on top.
There's no saying when the official announcement of the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is coming, but we expect it to be quite soon. With the successor of the likely coming in less than six months, T-Mo has little time to waste.
100% agree with this. I've always hated capacitive buttons. I hate them on phones, I hate them on monitors, I hate them on almost anything. Can never work them in dark.
I don't know if capacitive buttons are a good idea... I love the advantage of a seamless screen and of not having a place where dust can eventually accumulate. I had my doubts before switching to a new phone - was even considering the Galaxy Nexus bu...
go with the iphone then.....