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Samsung Galaxy Note II Available In U.S. In October

Many rumors were released in the past week about the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note II in American stores. According to CNET News, U.S. Cellular announced that the device will be available in America in October.

U.S. Cellular is ready to receive pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy Note II. The company released a statement on Wednesday announcing American customers that the products will be available for sale in U.S. stores starting in October.

There are four other national players in America who are expected to commercialize Samsung Galaxy Note II this fall, but they haven’t released any statement for the moment. U.S. Cellular, on the other hand, has already provided the major details that customers need to know in order to purchase the gadget. The carrier initially stated that the price of the smartphone will be $300 if customers are willing to pay $100 after mail in rebate. They, later on, upgraded their initial declaration saying that the full retail cost will amount to $800.

The site for pre-orders has already been assailed by buyers who are interested in obtaining the new Samsung Galaxy Note II. Those who choose to pre-order now instead of waiting until the device arrives in October, will no longer have to bother with the mail-in-rebate.

The 16 GB gray model seems to be the only one that will be commercialized by U.S. Cellular in October, judging by the information provided by the company. Nevertheless, there could be other models included in the future, depending on customers’ requests.

Analysts are glad that carriers have finally provided a fixed date for the arrival of Samsung’s new gadget. It was recently rumored that AT&T will also introduce Galaxy Note II on their list of products on October 21st, but the news hasn’t been confirmed by the carrier.

Samsung Galaxy Note II has been upgraded and it is now working better than its predecessor. The gadget is working on Android 4.1 and was endowed with a 5.5-inch screen and a new 16:9 aspect ratio meaning 1280×720 resolution. The note is thinner than the first Samsung Galaxy Note having only 9.4 mm.

 

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Lucienne Molnar is our editor in charge with managing the celebrity and fashion sections of DailyGossip. She currently lives in Seattle and has a lot of experience in the fashion industry, most of it accumulated while working as a part time model for a few popular internet clothing stores.Lucienne is a passionate writer dreaming to create her own fashion line someday.You can get in touch with her at Lucienne.Molnar@dailygossip.org

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