So far the only carrier that's launched the Samsung Galaxy Note here in the U.S. is AT&T. However, an image of a device that's quite similar to the Note has popped up on Sprint's website, suggesting that the phone could be Now Network-bound. The image above shows an advertisement for Sprint's Mobile Controls service and a girl standing next to a Samsung product that looks an awful lot like AT&T's Galaxy Note, sans the AT&T branding.
It's worth noting that the appearance of this Note-like device doesn't guarantee that Sprint will indeed be offering Samsung's 5.3-inch handset. After all, this could simply be a slip up by some random Sprint employee. We've heard rumors about the Galaxy Note coming to the Sprint in the past, though, so it's certainly possible that Hesse and Co. could end up placing the Note and its S Pen on their shelves. Plus, if the Galaxy Note is indeed headed to Sprint, this wouldn't be the first time that a new Now Network device has been prematurely outed by an advertisement. We'll just have to wait for more details to leak or for Sprint or Samsung to spill the information. Stay tuned.