Despite multiple attempts to leak information regarding Samsung’s newly releasing phone, the unveiling of the new Samsung Galaxy Note has finally come around. T-Mobile recently launched their own version of this phone tablet. Although the phone arrives lacking LTE support, it comes carrying a Qualcomm S3 chipset, instead of the internationally used Exynos 4210.
In order to make amends for joining the market so late, the T-Mobile version has arrived running ICS out of box and is also SAFE-certified. This label carries with it the assumption that the phone will have a full set of enterprise ready features and capabilities which include on-device AES256 bit encryption, enhanced supported for Microsoft Exchange, support for top-tier mobile device management (MDM) providers and last but not least integrated support for a range of virtual private network solutions.
Hopes are set on the Samsung Galaxy Note being made available from selective T-Mobile stores and also online via their website. No mention as such has been made about the price cap or pre-orders.