Samsung’s Galaxy Note2 Canadian availability has been detailed today. According to a recent report, the Canadian major online retailers, including Rogers, TELUS, Bell, Mobilicity, Videotron and WIND Mobile will be carrying the device sometime “this fall.”
Samsung Canada’s boss Paul Brannen recently has stated, “We are thrilled to work with our carrier partners to deliver a device that allows Canadians to maximize their productivity in the workplace and on-the-go.”
Running 1.6GHz quad core processor and Android Jelly Bean OS, the Galaxy Note2 packs dual 8MP/1.9MP cameras and a huge 3100mAh battery to provide enough juice when hooking up with LTE.
The folks out there in Canada can expect the new Galaxy Note2 running on 4G LTE network on Rogers and TELUS (probably Bell too). WIND Mobile’s Note2 version will fall back to their HSPA+ speeds; though the carrier has claimed “4G LTE” to be included on their network too.
Samsung has already confirmed Note2 US availability on major online carriers, as well as UK availability in mid-October for £546.
Meanwhile, in our previous article you can check out if your preferred carrier will be delivering you awesome voice and 4G LTE date plans. As well as stay tuned for additional details on pricing and availability.