First hints of a Galaxy Note II for Sprint

First hints of a Galaxy Note II for Sprint

Someone on the XDA-Developers forum was snooping through Samsung RDF’s earlier today and stumpled across an unannounced device: the Samsung SPH-L900. He got with his source that can confirm this RDF is for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and by the looks of the device name you guys and gals over at Sprint might be getting this device.

Please remember that this is NOT OFFICIAL but does look very promising!

To continue here are the specs of the Samsung SPH-L900:

  • Exynos4412 processor
  • 1280×720 resolution
  • Android 4.1.1!
  • Support for EVDO, DOrA, WiFi and LTE!
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 16 GB HDD (with expansion slot up to 32 GB)
  • 8 Megapixel camera
So what do you guys think of this device? Do you think this release will go like the Galaxy S III’s and go across most of the US carriers? Drop a comment below and let us know!

Source XDA_Developers

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  1. LadyFuzzy
    September 07, 01:24 Reply

    This made my day!! Hoping its available before the end of this year, preferably October <3

  2. Charles
    September 07, 06:19 Reply

    I agree this is great news for sprint users. Would be even better if they decided to include a flygrip with each purchase of this phone.

  3. olbp
    September 07, 08:51 Reply

    Does Sprint still charge a “Premium” for 4G devices when the company doesn’t even have any 4G towers or capabilities to deliver to their customers? That is what kept me from Sprint in the past. Charging for something that they can’t deliver. Pitiful@!

  4. boe_d
    September 07, 09:14 Reply

    I might actually switch back to Sprint if Verizon doesn’t get the note 2 and SOON.

  5. Jim0thy
    September 07, 10:35 Reply

    Please, Please, Please let it be so!!!! I am with Sprint and have been hoping for the Note 2.

    It’s gonna be a good day Tater!

  6. Dalaron1
    September 07, 11:19 Reply

    Awesome! I was hoping that it would be carried by Sprint. Winner!

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