Since the Galaxy Note 2 was originally revealed in August, more and more markets started announcing their launch of the new phablet. The fist to sell the device were the South Koreans and some European countries and know it seems that the Note 2 is heading towards Southeast Asia.
Thailand first, selling it with carrier price of THB 22900 and now it seems that Indonesia and the Philippines are next. They will start selling the Galaxy Note 2 from 12 October to 21 October. The journey will end with Malaysia that should start shipping it from October 19.
Apparently you can get Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for FREE in the Philippines. Of course, this comes mandatory with at least a two year contract with their carrier for somewhere between 40$ and 50$.
The 5.5 inch, quad core processor and Android 4.11 phablet will also come in the US but a little later, starting with October 24.
If you want to find out more updates about the Galaxy Note 2, keep visiting our website and we'll try to keep you updated with the latest news.
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