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We've seen a lot of news surrounding Samsung's Galaxy Note II in the past 24 hours, from T-Mobile's official launch all the way down to Lebron James' custom Note II cover. We've got one more piece of news before the day's done though – pre-orders for the Note II's AT&T and Verizon variants have just gone live.

Those looking to grab the AT&T-connected Note II will need to shell out an unsurprising $299.99 with 2-year activation, and can expect their devices to ship out on November 6th, just in time for the network's November 9th launch date. It's worth noting though that (at least for now) AT&T is only offering up the "Titanium Gray" Note II.

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Verizon customers can expect to pay the same price on contract, though curiously Verizon only tells us orders will ship "by November 27th." Oh, and there's that god-awful home button branding (though some say that with a penny and a bit of patience, that issue can readily be solved).

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If you don't want to wait to get your hands on the Note II, keep in mind that T-Mobile has already launched its variant (though Wirefly has it cheaper), while Sprint and US Cellular will launch their own Note II onslaught in the next two days. To reserve Sammy's latest flagship phablet  from AT&T or Verizon though, just hit the appropriate link below.

Pre-Order: AT&T (only Titanium Gray for now), Verizon

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    I'd wait for the Amazon and Wirefly deals if you're really serious about getting this phone but don't feel like shelling out $300+.

    Wirefly doesn't sell AT&T phones anymore, so hopefully Amazon will come through.

    • Falconator

      are those deals for new customers only or do they apply to users upgrading as well?

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        Depends. Sometimes both, sometimes new customers get a better deal.

  • Alex

    Got it already on Tmobile. Great phone

  • Joseph Cascio

    Uhh where's the AT&T white version?

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