T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Note may still be unofficial, but that hasn't stopped the device from appearing online over and over. Days after some press images of the device surfaced, our pals at TmoNews have gotten hold of a T-Mobile Galaxy Note training document that contains a few spec details. According to the leaked doc, the Magenta Galaxy Note will feature a 1.5GHz dual-core processor as well as 8-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, just like the AT&T model. T-Mobile's variant will also pack Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and 4G HSPA+ connectivity.
There have been rumors claiming that the Galaxy Note may be T-Mobile-bound since back in April, but it might not be much longer before the Magenta crowd can finally own the 5.3-inch Note. It's been said that the T-Mobile Galaxy Note may be launching on July 11, which is a little under two weeks away at this point, although no possible pricing information has surfaced just yet. While there are certainly ways to hack an AT&T Galaxy Note to play nice with T-Mobile, I'm sure many T-Mo customers will appreciate a model that works with their carrier out of the box. Now we just have to sit and wait for T-Mobile to make the thing nice and official. We'll let you know when that happens.