Vodafone has just announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note II will be available in-store and online from December 5th on their $50 Plan with a $10 monthly handset repayment on a 24 month contract(total min cost $1440), other plans will no doubt be available but at this stage the Note II is not showing up on the Vodafone website.

Update : The Galaxy Note II from Vodafone is the N7105 4G enabled model so it will run on their existing 3G network which Vodafone has spent 22 months upgrading as well as being ready for the 1800MHz 4G LTE network that Vodafone intend to begin rolling out to major metropolitan areas in 2013.
Vodafone mentions their plans to rollout a 4G network next year however have not at this stage advised if the Note II they are releasing is the N7105 4G Enabled model, we have contacted Vodafone for clarification and this will be updated as they advise.

The Note II Specs as a reminder :

  • 1.6GHz Exynos 4412 Cortex-A9 Quad Core CPU
  • Mali-400MP4 GPU
  • Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • 5.5-inch 1280×720 (267 PPI) Super Amoled HD Display
  • 16/32/64 GB Storage
  • microSD card slot for up to 64 GB extra storage
  • 2GB RAM
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot
  • 8 MP Rear Camera & 1.9 MP Front Camera, autofocus, LED flash, 1080p/30 video capture.
  • 3100mAh Battery
  • 183 Grams

Vodafone are the 3rd carrier to announce their pricing and plans for the phone with Optus and Virgin Mobile already taking pre-orders for the ‘tweener’ device. Telstra will begin selling the device as of next year according to their blog but have not yet announced any details.

You can check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note II here.

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Not just Telstra is a joke, the way the release of this device is handled is one too.
Announced globally in August, again officially released in Australia in November, yet, no carrier actually seems to have it in stock, only grey imports. As much as I love Samsung and a Note 2, announcing something without availability just to annoy the fruity company seems a poor strategy.


And Telstra, sometime next year, what a joke.