Are you on the lookout for the new Samsung Galaxy Note from T-Mobile? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you would most probably be pleased to know that the Samsung Galaxy Note for that particular carrier has already picked up FCC certification, and that can only mean one thing – you ought to be able to get your hands on it pretty soon. Previous information did reveal that the Samsung model number is known as the SGH-T879, where one will be able to enjoy voice and 2G data coverage on the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands, in addition to 3G on 1700MHz, of course. Not only that, there will also be 3G support on the 1900MHz band, which T-Mobile has already started to use in select areas, in addition to support for 3G on 850MHz.
The FCC documents also do reveal an NFC antenna on the battery cover itself. The width as depicted on the FCC documents are correct, it should be taller to maintain a uniform appearance with other Samsung Galaxy Notes that are already in the market, but perhaps the figure for its height printed concerns the internal board instead of the phablet’s external dimension.
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