Samsung's Galaxy Note is currently exclusive to AT&T in the United States, but T-Mobile users that would like to use the device on their network of choice may not have to end up resorting to software hacks after all. TmoNews has a series of photos of what appears to be a branded T-Mobile version of the 5.3-inch device. A look inside the battery compartment reveals a model number of SGH-T879, with the phone also reporting that it is running version 4.0.3 of Android. Several carrier-specific apps are also pictured on the homescreen, including T-Mobile Mail, T-Mobile TV, and My T-Mobile. Of course, these should be taken with a grain of salt until the device becomes official, but it appears that the Note may have another carrier partner to help it boost its already-impressive sales numbers.
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