Samsung's Popular Phone/Tablet Hybrid Is Coming To AT&T

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It looks like Samsung’s Galaxy Note, the popular phone/tablet hybrid that has already shipped a million units overseas, will arrive in the U.S. on AT&T later this year. SamMobile snagged a leaked official render of the Galaxy Note with AT&T branding along with some new specs. It’ll run on AT&T’s new LTE network in cities the handful of cities it’s available. The Note will also get an NFC chip, which the current European model doesn’t have yet.

The Galaxy Note is a massive 5.29-inch touchscreen tablet that also has all the capabilities as a smartphone. Despite it’s awk ard size, it’s still done pretty well overseas, with Samsung shipping 1 million units so far.

Assuming this rumour is true, we expect Samsung and AT&T to announce the device along with more launch and pricing specifics at CES next week.

SamMobile has more details here >

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