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EE (Everything Everywhere) will launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE on its network in the next couple of weeks, according to reports. UK tech blog Pocket-Lint has word that the international Galaxy Note 2 with LTE will arrive on EE from Oct. 15. As EE's 4G network has yet to launch, customers will first be required to sign up with one of EE's existing 3G network brands -- Orange or T-Mobile. Later, they'll have the option to switch to an EE 4G tariff, though pricing details and launch timeframes have yet to be announced.

The Galaxy Note 2 LTE will reportedly become available from Oct 15 on EE, joining the likes of the HTC One XL, Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE and iPhone 5, which are available now. We met with EE today for a quick demo of some already announced handsets, though they remained tight-lipped about the Note 2.

The Galaxy Note 2 and 4G LTE connectivity will be a tantalizing proposition for Android power users, but with EE's effective monopoly on 4G for the time being, it likely won't be cheap to get hold of the device and a matching service plan.

Source: Pocket-Lint

 
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Galaxy Note 2 LTE coming to the UK on EE's 4G network

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Just like the GS3 this phone will blow away the rest. I can't wait till the end of this month and Sprint. I'm just waiting for the release date to put in for my day off.

Can anybody confirm that EE use the 1800mhz spectrum for their LTE network. I have heard conflicting stories. I would love to know because Telstra here also use the 1800mhz spectrum

@Alex Dobie

Would you mind going into a little detail on the build quality? Does it have a very plastic feel like the GNote 1? Thanks!