Expected to be launched around the world starting October, the new Samsung Galaxy Note II will obviously be available in the US, too. And while no US carrier has confirmed the release of the Note II, there’s evidence that the device will be introduced by Sprint at some point.
Sprint’s Galaxy Note II is most likely the SPH-L900 – which has been mentioned over at Sprints’ website (RDF file) earlier this month. The specs listed there (Exynos 4412 processor, 1280 x 720 pixels dispaly) certainly match the ones the Galaxy Note II has. Moreover, now the SPH-L900 has appeared at the Wi-Fi Alliance’s website (receiving an interoperability certification – PDF), so an official announcement could follow soon.
While Sprint is currently selling quite a few Samsung smartphones, the first-generation Galaxy Note didn’t make it to the carrier’s line-up. It remains to be seen exactly when the Note II (which, by the way, runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from day one) will.
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