And the AT&T leaks continue. Hot on the heels of a rumor claiming that the Nokia Lumia 900 will be landing in March for $100, BGR has come forward with a purported release date for AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Note. According to the same leaked roadmap referenced in the Lumia 900 news, AT&T's Galaxy Note will be launching on February 18th with a $299.99 price tag in tow. BGR also claims that the Samsung Rugby Smart and AT&T Fusion, both powered by Android, will launch on the same day for $99.99 and $124.99, respectively. Not much is known about either of those products, but the report does describe the Rugby Smart as an "entry-level" handset with HSPA+ connectivity.
So there you go, AT&T Android fans. It's good to continue to see the folks at AT&T continuing to flesh out its Android roster, and although some may be disappointed that the Galaxy Note seems like the only high-end Android phone in this report, the good news is that the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD and Sony Xperia ion are still in the pipeline. So should this latest leak hold true, who's planning on moseying down to their local AT&T store on February 18th to pick up a Galaxy Note?