Mobile network T-Mobile is reportedly planning to ship its Galaxy Note 8 variants ahead of the scheduled release. T-Mobile's original schedule of release is set on 15 September.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has taken the mobile tech community by storm after launch last for quite a few reasons. Hence, it is not surprising if buyers cannot wait to take their hands on the flagship device. But for T-Mobile users, however, the company seems to be gearing up for the early shipments of the device.
According to Tmonews, pre-ordered Galaxy Note 8 units will be shipped before 15 September. Since the past few years, the pink mobile carrier has been delivering out early rollouts of new devices to its clients who purchase through pre-orders.
Some customers who pre-ordered the Galaxy Note 8 have received a text message from T-Mobile, notifying them that the device is being packed already and will be shipped soon. The message is said to serve as a reminder that bank cards will be charged once the phone is released.
Apparently, T-Mobile's physical stores do not have Galaxy Note 8 yet. Walk-in customers are certainly getting a glimpse of the device after later than 15 September.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sports a 6.8-inch Super AMOLED display, the largest in the industry so far. It wears a 6-gigabyte RAM with internal storage variants of 64, 128 and 256 gigabytes. The battery is clocked in at 3,300mAh. The two main cameras both have 12 megapixels, while the front shooter has 8 megapixels.