Following the white GALAXY Note launch via TELUS in Canada and confirmation from both Rogers and Bell that they'll be stocking it within the next few days as well, Samsung has now come forward with a statement that the white-flavoured version of its GALAXY Note is being released country wide with it expected to arrive at carriers and select retailers everywhere.

Following the white GALAXY Note launch via TELUS in Canada and confirmation from both Rogers and Bell that they'll be stocking it within the next few days as well, Samsung has now come forward with a statement that the white-flavoured version of its GALAXY Note is being released country wide with it expected to arrive at carriers and select retailers everywhere.

Samsung's GALAXY Note has proven itself to be quite the popular choice with word from the South Korean company that over 5 million units have been sold since its launch back in October of last year. The phone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread currently, but it's been confirmed that an ICS update will be rolling out for it sometime in Q2 2012.

A promise has also been made by Samsung that it will be delivering a 'Premium Suite' upgrade which will enhance and add features onto the GALAXY Note and S Pen Stylus devices. The update is expected to arrive somewhere around late-spring with these exclusive new features.

Touching base on the internals, the GALAXY Note sports a 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage and a microSD card slot for further storage expansion possibilities.