Samsung’s successor to the Galaxy Note will hit the US soon, and T-Mobile seems like it wants in on the phablet game. A leaked image from the carrier’s website has revealed that the Galaxy Note II will go for $299 on a “value plan”, and $419 on the “classic plan”.
T-Mobile’s “value plan” seems like the much more attractive initial price point, but right under the pretty bargain number there’s a small print saying that you’ll be billed an extra $20 per month for 20 months.
With the classic plan, potential T-Mobile customers will be looking at dropping $419 on the spot, but there’s a $50 mail in rebate available if one does choose to go with the classic plan.
Wal-Mart, on the other hand, will supposedly offer the Galaxy Note II for $299, but it’s unknown what the contract requirements will be like through Wal-Mart.
The original Galaxy Note has received a good following, and the Note II will probably follow suit as the mashing of smartphone and tablets is growing in popularity.