AT&T Galaxy Note Appears at the FCC


It looks like the Galaxy Note could be poised for an American (or North American) launch after all. The 5 inch slate meant for note takers and sketchers has shown up at the FCC with AT&T radios in tow, though these could easily be meant for Canadian carriers. Either way, someone in North America above the Mexican border will soon be able to own one of these. Now to play the waiting game. Head to the FCC to check it out. [Engadget]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Want!!

  2. That’s the Brazilian Galaxy Note. Any phone model ending in “B” indicates it was produced in Brazil for the Brazilian market.

    1. Well, there you go.  Case solved.

  3. SPRINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. The screen is 5.3 Inches

  5. I just looked at the FCC docs, unless I’m missing something, there’s no indication of the AT&T version covering the 700MHz band… In other words, NO LTE. :-(

    1. This is what I was wondering as well. Of course you know that if a phone on AT&T is LTE that = snapdragon processor.

      1. CRUD MONKEYS!! You’re right!! >:-(
        And it’s the 8255T Snapdragon too, with the INFERIOR Adreno 205 GPU! Dammit Samsung! Why couldn’t you show the same Pentaband love to your Note, like you did with the Neuxs??!! Sigh.

  6. come now!

  7. Yea I’d bet my car its coming to AT&T w/ LTE… :-)

    Why does this network get all the  gravy phones. damn.

  9. Haha I got this last week :P


  10. verizon has room.

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