By Anton D. Nagy | September 8, 2012 3:45 AM
The Samsung Galaxy Note II is the new “next big thing” (literally) from Samsung, even if it is smaller than the original Note and a tad larger than the Galaxy S III. U.S. fans are preparing to welcome the “phablet” on American carriers (on Sprint as the SPH-L900 and on T-Mobile as the SGH-T889) and the latest screenshot leaks confirm that the AT&T flavor will indeed be the SGH-I317.
It will run on AT&T’s 4G LTE network with the same quad-core 4412 Exynos processor. Even more, the phone looks identical to the global variant and if the “anonymous tipster” who unveiled the screenshots has the right info, it will also lack the AT&T branding itself. The specs will be exactly the same as the ones on the International version. Unfortunately there is no exact info on pricing and availability but if you want proof of its Quadrant and AnTuTu capabilities you should head over to the source link.