Okay so what we have here is an issue where Sprint is not listening to their customers, and we the Users AKA the people who keep Sprint employees "employed" are getting left out to dry. Here we have the Galaxy Nexus which we are receiving incredibly late, and Sprint wants to boost it up like its some big deal when the phone has been out for months. Looking at the Galaxy Note/ Journal we have the same thing reaccuring. People over at AT&T have been enjoying this phone for a couple month and have 5million sold. Now lets rewind here we have people who jumped ship for the Nexus at Verizon and the beginning of people jumping ship for the Note to AT&T, and we wonder why Sprint is having money issues??? Now here we are now a few weeks away from the announcement of a NEW phone, but when do you think WE'LL get it? Maybe the end of the year/ beginning of next. Okay so we have a NOT so exclusive Evo coming out. What happened to Sprint being the NOW network. Its become the Maybe LATER Network. Whats wrong with giving the customers a Solid date on phone. I think as loyal customers you should keep us in consideration. Now with ALL of that said when are WE going to get OUR Galaxy Note. Its bad when you call YOUR customer service and you have them excited about a phone on AT&T Hoping that it will come to the Sprint network.... SMH get your act together
I agree. I have been with Sprint for over 10 years but sadly to say I will change carriers if the Galaxy Note or a comparable phone does not become availabe soon. I have many friends that feel the same way. I hope there is someone out there listening!
It appears that Sprint is trying to get out of the gate first with the NOTE 2. Rumors have it in wifi certification stage.
I cant believe that there taking preorders for the IPhone 5 just a couple of days after it was announced?? What about preorder for the NOTE 2?? it was announced before the Iphone 5???
Only time will tell. Once the pre-order page goes up (or the actual ordering page) we won't know for sure what other versions would be offered.
But historically, (in my opinion), Sprint offeres a 16GB and 32 GB version for the Galaxy S3. Being that the Galaxy Note 2 is being offered to carriers much the same way the S3 was, I would assume that it will follow the same path in versions.
I myself would love a 32 or 64gb version.