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Samsung Galaxy Note to get US debut at CES?

Questions remain over 4G support for US version of hybrid smartphone

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note will be making an appearance at CES after all, complete with AT&T branding. See also Samsung Galaxy Note review.

Posters and banners depicting the monster-sized phone can be seen all around the Las Vegas Convention Center, report early attendees. However, none of the advertisements make any mention whether the Note will support AT&T's recently launched 4G LTE network.

Samsung recently reported that it has already shipped more than a million units to retailers in the two months since the Galaxy Note launched in Europe. The advertisements confirm a U.S. version of the popular device, but fail to give any information other than carrier availability.

Let's hope Samsung will let us know more about the Galaxy Note at CES. Until then, keep checking PCWorld for more up-to-date coverage from the show floor.

[For more blogs, stories, photos, and video from the nation's largest consumer electronics show, check out PCWorld's complete coverage of CES 2012.]


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