Exclusive: AT&T Galaxy Note 2 Screenshots; T-Mobile, Bell, and Sprint Variants Coming Soon

Filed under Rumors by Adam on September 7, 2012 at 12:31 PM

Our trusted source has come through for us once again. This time our sleuth has handed us screenshots of the Galaxy Note 2 running on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Our source tells us that the SGH-I317 is virtually identical to the international version, even lacking the “AT&T” branding on the device. The device is currently being tested to ensure everything is of the utmost quality.

The screenshots reveal impressive benchmarks for the device, along with other confirmed aspects of the device. The device is running Android 4.1.1, has a screen resolution of 720×1280, is model number “SGH-I317” with a product name of “t0lteatt,” and running the same exact quad-core 4412 Exynos processor as the international version. Quadrant gave the AT&T Note 2 a 5912 score, well above the HTC One X. AnTuTu as well was very considerate, giving the I317 a 13551 score, which is even above the Samsung Galaxy S III. The AT&T Galaxy Note 2 also support the “S Cloud.”

The source gave us no date as to when we could see the AT&T Note 2 hitting the shelves, but did let us know it will be very soon. There is usually a two week turnaround after testing is finished. The source also claims that T-Mobile, Bell Canada, and Sprint variants are being tested, but the source has been unable to get pictures or screenshots of these devices. This is backed up by the recent RDF discovery of the “SPH-L900,” which looks to be the Sprint Galaxy Note 2.

With basic confirmation of the AT&T Galaxy Note 2, and a good indication that the Note 2 will also be heading to T-Mobile, Bell, and Sprint, will you consider purchasing the Galaxy Note 2? This device is certainly one of the best devices available on the market. Let us know what you think about all this in the comments below!

Update: Since we had some doubters, we got a better screenshot of the resolution. As well our source does imagine there will be branding on all the variant by date of sale. The test models just aren’t branded at all.

17 responses to “Exclusive: AT&T Galaxy Note 2 Screenshots; T-Mobile, Bell, and Sprint Variants Coming Soon”

  1. Greg Hicks says:

    Quad core exynos with LTE? Samsung, just take my money now.

  2. now THIS is how you release a major device, on ALL Major Carriers
    exactly the same! htc take notes if you’d like to succeed as well.

  3. Doubtful says:

    The picture for the display resolution does not show AT&T sign. I doubt information in this article is true.

  4. Looks like an iphone must be banned now lol

  5. DanNY_Bk says:

    Already have note, cant wait for the 2nd version. First 1 hit the spot.if 2nd has more speed. Wow forgot the other phones

  6. Ezra-san says:

    I was planning to leave Sprint, if they weren’t going to carry the Note 2.

  7. J. Williams says:

    Samsung did what no one else has done, that’s why they are getting so much hate. They created a NEW category for mobile commuting, the Galaxy Note. The first one was a smash hit, and this one will blow your socks off. I bought the first Note when it came out back in Dec. (international version), and that was all it took. Now that they’ve made it more narrow, and taller. This thing will sell like hotcakes!!! I’m surely going to be in line getting this one, and I hope that all you Android fans who know what REAL technology and revolution is will be there too. GO SAMSUNG.

  8. Jake says:

    But is the Galaxy Note 2 coming to Verizon…finally?

  9. Damon Aldora says:

    I really hope the T-Mobile version gets here fast. I like T-Mobile
    mainly because they have an unlimited plan, and in most cases, is plenty times
    faster than one of my DISH coworker’s Galaxy on Verizon’s LTE network. We use
    the DISH Remote Access app on our phones to stream live and recorded TV using
    the Sling Adapter that’s connected to our receivers. With how much his phone
    buffers, I can’t see the benefit in paying so much. It’s nice being able to
    stream when I want without worrying about hitting a data cap, which makes no
    sense on a smartphone.