New firmware confirms T-Mobile Galaxy Note II as SGH-T889
New firmware details leaking over the weekend seemingly confirm that T-Mobile may be readying a version of the Galaxy Note II. Already tied to rumors of the SGH-T889 model number, the guys at SamMobile found a new T889UVALIC firmware arrived on September 15. As they tell us, Samsung drops new firmware releases every 4-5 days for device testers to use. That said, they’ve already snagged the firmware and made it available for anyone who happens to be using one of these yet-announced T-Mobile handsets.
As a reminder, Samsung is expecting big things out of the Galaxy Note II, projecting upwards of 20 million in sales. Further, it appears that multiple U.S. carriersin line to carry the device once it makes its debut.
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