Dubbed larger sibling of Samsung’s popular smartphone to the date, the latest Galaxy Note2 just has been detailed. Reportedly a placard (shown below) was spotted earlier today on the floor at IFA, giving the first glimpse to Samsung’ Galaxy Note2 pricing.
Landing in coming months, the Galaxy Note2 Phablet will retail for €639.90 (circa $803), through Vodafone in Germany at least. It looks pricy, even for an unsubsidized LTE device. Heck, the original Galaxy Note still can be found for rather affordable price tag at $549 on AT&T or for free.
We hope it to be closer [or more] considering the original’s the price tag, when it makes its official debut worldwide.
The device is expected to go on sale worldwide — include Europe, Asia, and US — in October. While you wait for this monster to debut in your region, you might want to head over to full features and more images here. Stay tuned for additional details.