Got big pockets? Samsung’s Galaxy Note headed to AT&T on Feb. 19 for $300

Got big pockets? Samsung’s Galaxy Note headed to AT&T on Feb. 19 for $300

venturebeat.com
Skinny jeans wearers need not apply. AT&T announced Tuesday that Samsung’s massive 5.3-inch Galaxy Note — which was one of the most intriguing devices at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show — will be available in the U.S. on February 19 for $300 with contract. The Galaxy Note occupies a...
Got big pockets? Samsung’s Galaxy Note headed to AT&T on Feb. 19 for $300
                                       

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