Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy Note didn't last long on T-Mobile.
As Android Authority points out. The phone's end-of-life is expected to arrive by November.
How perfect, since the Galaxy Note 2 is expected in October - and the Galaxy Note successor may have just been spotted on T-Mobile.
Got any proof?
T-Mobile news blog TmoNews reportedly acquired images showing the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2's "about" screen, with a model number T889 that seems like a logical jump from the Galaxy Note's T879.
The device described in the image is also running Android 4.1: Jelly Bean.
The site also got its hands on another image that purports to prove that the T889 sports a 720x1280 display, which proves little by itself, but does match the specs for the Galaxy Note 2.
The early bird gets the Android
T-Mobile was far too late in adopting the Samsung Galaxy Note, so it's no surprise that the carrier would want to jump on the Galaxy Note 2 bandwagon as early as possible.
As Android Authority points out, T-Mobile is also the only major U.S. carrier that doesn't offer an iPhone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on T-Mobile just might help with that.