The Samsung Galaxy Note – a confusing device that others find it as a tablet and some says it’s a smartphone – is presently limited to the wireless carrier AT&T, but there are reports running across the internet that the confusing device is extending to a competitor wireless carrier T-Mobile.
The very first hint stems from a Wi-Fi certification that appeared for the Samsung unit with model no . SGH-T879.
As for company standards, all Samsung products carried by T-Mobile uses the model formula SGH-Txx9.
This specific model is additionally detailed with a 800 x 1280 screen resolution, which suggests an orientation of a smartphone and not a tablet like the Galaxy Tab from Samsung. If so, the Samsung Galaxy Note is the only smartphone having that screen resolution.
The news were then followed with a couple of screenshots allegedly taken from a device with model formula SGH-T870.
More importantly, the photos show that the product’s body number was similar to the Galaxy Note of AT&T.
Having its stunning screen size, the Galaxy Note is undoubtedly a beautiful device. However, its unusual size still creates a confusion to many as to whether to look at it as a smartphone or a tablet.