By Anton D. Nagy | September 10, 2012 2:04 AM
The Samsung Galaxy Note II is expected to land on all U.S. carriers and so far we can tell you about the SPH-L900 on Sprint, the SGH-T889 on T-Mobile and more recently we’ve seen a screenshot allegedly taken off of a SGH-I317 on AT&T. The last piece of the puzzle seems to fall in place with today’s leaked screenshot purportedly snapped from a SCH-I605, Verizon’s Note II.
It is definitely strange for Verizon to carry the Galaxy Note II since the carrier is all amped up about the LG Optimus VU phablet (dubbed Intuition on the carrier’s line-up) but who are we to complain? The codename prefix — SCH — seems to indicate a Samsung phone on Verizon and according to the source of the image the phablet, just like all other U.S. carrier variants, will be powered by the same quad-core SoC while being LTE-capable. There no information yet concerning an availability date or price but the day to circle in your calendars shouldn’t be too far out.