Verizon now taking pre-orders for Galaxy Note II

Verizon now taking pre-orders for Galaxy Note II

Verizon is now taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note II, according to a post on the company blog.  Priced at $299.99 with a two-year service agreement, the carrier has yet to finalize the release date, listing only as “coming weeks”.  That said, if you want to get your hands on the next big, big thing, you can put some money down and ensure you get to do so.  By the way, have you seen the home button on this thing?  Yikes.

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11 Comments

  1. Mitchel R. Hall
    October 25, 21:20 Reply

    Yeah, you can pre-order but it does not say what the storage capacity will be. I know the Note II will be offered in 16, 32, and 64gb capacities. The pre-order does not say which of these capacities I would be getting for $299. I would imagine that it would be 16gb but I really want the 64gb depending on the price. I expect a robust secondary market for home button stickers to cover up the Verizon brand.

  2. Tony Willis
    October 26, 05:18 Reply

    Since when do i pay $300 on an 2 year contract for a phone. kick rocks?!? Honestly i’m starting to think it’s the carriers fault for phones not selling. Seriously , guaranteed it’s the smallest capacity available for $299. It’s ridiculous.

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