Fresh off the heels of this morning's announcement, T-Mobile is on hand tonight in San Diego showing off its branded version of the upcoming Galaxy Note 2. This is the same mega-phone we've been seeing for weeks now, with the nice little addition of a T-Mobile stamp right smack dab on the back and some carrier-brand apps preloaded onto the device. T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 2 will be available in Titanium Grey and Marble White, and both look really stunning. Read on for more hands-on impressions.
We're not kidding about the uniform internals—the Note 2 maintained its beastly 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, its 2GB of RAM, its marvelous 8MP camera, and its stunning 5.5-inch 720p resolution display. And whether I'm talking about Sprint's, AT&T's, or now T-Mobile's version, my opinion remains the same: this is one of the most gorgeous displays you have ever seen, and the Note 2 is one of the most eye-catching devices on (or coming to) the market today.
But I'll leave the gushing up to my colleague Alex—in his review of the international (read: same) version last week, he was pretty blown away by the Note 2's stellar performance, killer battery life, and yes of course that display. You can read his full review here while we all wait patiently for US carriers to pony up and release this beauty. As for T-Mobile, there is no word on pricing or availability just yet ("this Fall" is a safe answer), but we'll take the logo as an exciting step in the right direction.