Now that the Galaxy Note II has already been given a formal debut for AT&T and Sprint, it’s T-Mobile’s turn at bat. The magenta network isn’t deviating significantly from the hardware seen at other American carriers, aside from the absence of (currently active) LTE, but it does brag about bonus software. Gamers taken with the MOGA mobile gaming system (read: Bluetooth controller) will get a preloaded, special version of an “exciting new racing game” that’s tailored for the physical controller. Unfortunately, T-Mobile is shy about committing to prices and ship dates for the gray and white Note II editions it will be offering in the weeks ahead — although there’s more than one hint that we should keep an eye out around October 24th, or at least no later than mid-November.
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