Not that we had any doubts left about the existence of a version of the Samsung Galaxy Note that's bound for AT&T, but for anyone that needs just a little bit more evidence, we present you with the image above. That's an advertisement for the Galaxy Note at CES in Las Vegas, complete with AT&T branding right above the device's ginormous 5.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display.
In other still-unofficial AT&T product leak news, some signage for the LTE-enabled Pantech Element tablet has apparently shown up at at least one corporate AT&T store. The source of the image also confirmed some of the slate's specs, including an 8-inch display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 16GB storage, 4G LTE, and a waterproof body. If all of those features has you wondering when you'll be able to buy the thing, well, we're still waiting for an official release date from AT&T. However, a report out of Engadget claims that the Element is already up for pre-order at some AT&T locations, with pricing set at $300 on contract ($450 without) and units reportedly expected to begin shipping on January 22nd.
So there you go, AT&T folk. Neither of these tidbits of news is particularly surprising considering that we've known about both of these products for some time now, but we always love to get even more confirmation of the existence of unannounced products. As for when the AT&T Galaxy Note and Element will make the leap into Official Land, both products are expected to debut at CES this week, so we don't have much of a wait left. Stay tuned!