T-Mobile could be shipping the newest flagship phone from Samsung as early as this weekend. This news comes to us via another website but with a little searching the news isn’t only in one place it’s in multiple forums and comment threads all over the web. Here’s what we know: First, a TmoNews reader found out via email from his bank that his card had been charged for his Samsung Galaxy Note 7 pre-order. Second, we know from recent history that T-Mobile doesn’t mind shipping phones early. Some people that pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge earlier this year reported getting their devices a full week before the day they were supposed to drop. Third, this makes some of us really happy.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is the latest in the Note lineup and is the most advanced phone to be released thus far in 2016. To some people the Note 7 signifies a small jump in advancements while to others, like us tech geeks, the new features are interesting enough to require in real life inspection. From the claim of HDR video compatible screen to the first iris scanner on a phone to an all new S Pen the new Note 7 is touting some pretty impressive features. It’s no wonder that people are hungry to get their hands on this new phone and some online forums are exploding with information about the Note 7 pre-orders shipping early. Most of the chatter is centered around the T-Mobile pre-orders. Some have said they have received texts about their order being processed and others have said their credit or debit cards have been billed today. Typically that means we should see confirmation of shipments going out early in the week next week which will be days ahead of schedule.
Thanks T-Mobile for shipping our devices early! I can’t wait to get mine!
For the record here’s the schedule T-mobile has posted on their site for shipment of the Note 7:
|Samsung Galaxy Note7|
|Blue Coral – 64GB||Ships 08/23/16 – 09/06/16|
|Black Onyx – 64GB||Ships 08/18/16 – 08/19/16|
|Silver Titanium – 64GB||Ships 08/18/16 – 08/19/16|
Did you order a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from T-Mobile? Are you excited about getting your hands on the phone? Tell us what you think in the comment section below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.Source: TmoNews