Tuesday , December 18 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Vodafone might be picking up the Samsung Galaxy Note

Take this all with a massive grain of salt, but we’re hearing that Vodafone might be the carrier of choice for the Samsung Galaxy Note. We’ve been told (with some proof included, but we’ll withhold) that representatives from Vodafone are currently testing/playing around with the Galaxy Note and could launch in the next month or so. That launch date lines up nicely with Samsung’s statement saying they’d launch the Galaxy Note here in early 2012. If we get anything more concrete we’ll let you know, but for now Vodafone seems to be the best bet for the Galaxy Note.

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hurry up vodafone. Hoping for it to come to crazy john’s for slightly cheaper. Anyone heard any more? I have been waiting for this phone since Sep last year!! 

Protec
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Im getting one from Vodaphone i cant wait, bring it on Vodaphone.

bennoelneill
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I saw a few of these in Hong Kong… They looked like total spanners talking on one of them!

Vijay Alapati
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Vodafone is gd in updates..llmeans Ics will be out soon for note

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Seems to me that Vodafone would be going for the CBD Suits who need big screen real estate for spreadsheets etc and who want and can afford hi-speed CBD LTE 4G data.

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I want one

Snguyn
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Snguyn

I can not wait for long. Come on vodafone, please release the phone now

Anonymous
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Got mine from mobicity (hattip ausdrioid) and it’s greeaat. 
Makes my sgs2 look like a cute little toy.

tom
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tom

Teeeeeeeeelstraaaaa!!!

ari
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ari

oh no… and none for optus?..

ari
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ari

oh well, like the OP said, take it with a massive grain of salt.

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