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Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Verizon Won’t Make That Mistake Again

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There were a lot of rumors going around that Verizon would not be adding the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to their line-up of devices. However PhoneReviews reports that new details have come out that says that Verizon would be making the same mistake they made with the original Note again.

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2 looks confirmed

When the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was first revealed in Germany it was said that it would be available on three out of the four carriers, namely AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. However it seems that Verizon may have learned a valuable lesson from the Note 1 incident as now there is news that the Note 2 may be heading Verizon’s way with the model SCH-I605.

The model number does match others on devices on the Verizon network and there was a screenshot posted that would suggest that the device would be compatible with the radios of Verizon.

So if the Note 2 is coming to Verizon this means that the device would be available on not just three of the four major networks, but all of them, just like the Samsung Galaxy S3 is. At the moment we are waiting to hear confirmation from Verizon but as PhoneReviews points out, this looks like a done deal.

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