T-Mobile Galaxy Note dead already?!
The boys over at Android Police have opened our eyes to a (more or less) pressing matter. If you’ve gone over to the Costco or T-Mobile website lately you will not find any traces of the T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Note — remember they wanted to sell it now, even though the new one is being revealed later this month.
According to an anonymous, yet reliable, tipster for T-Mobile, T-Mobile has put the Galaxy Note in the EOL stage. End-of-Life (EOL) is known to us Android fanatics as that period in every phone’s life where store stop selling it, usually to get ready for the next edition/iteration. Honestly, there’s no need, for example, to sell a Droid 3 AND a Droid 4, sell the latter for more money right? Plus that keeps customers up to date with technology….sort of.
Anyways, T-Mobile confirmed selling the Note back in April, with a full announcement of the phone in July — by this time the phone is already almost a year old. Why START selling a phone one month, when the successor is coming out the next month? I don’t know, but it looks like that theory got through someone’s head. So if you’ve been trying to save for a magenta Galaxy Note, go ahead and put that money away for another device.
Well what can we now expect from T-Mobile and Samsung? Maybe the Note 2 will be available from Carly’s crew from the get go? If she’s giving it out, I’ll be sure to get one, especially with those new plans soon to be in effect