The Samsung Galaxy Note is certainly a highly desirable device to own, especially for those who wish to flirt with both a tablet and a phone in a single form factor. Well, we do know that AT&T will be making available the Samsung Galaxy Note to the masses next year, going by the model number SGH-I717, but it seems that Ma Bell’s version has yet another advantage built in – it will be 4G LTE capable, clearly placing this in the high end device category for AT&T, at least until 5G devices are introduced to the market. Not only that, the SGH-I7I7 will also run on the Qualcomm chipset, making it one of a few Samsung handsets to do so, sporting a dual-core 1.5GHz MSM8660 processor instead of using their own Exynos chip. Having said that, perhaps CES 2012 will shed more light on the Samsung Galaxy Note that is 4G LTE capable. Anyone looking forward to this?
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