The version of Samsung Galaxy Note that would be made available through AT&T would be a bit different compared to the international version of the device. This model would be released in early 2012 and would use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon dual-core chipset instead of the standard dual-core Exynos processor that is being used in international versions at present. Samsung has already switched to Snapdragon processors on several other devies including Samsung Galaxy S2. This expected move is due to the reason that Snapdragon processors deliver better performance when it comes to dealing with the 3G HSPA networks of the carriers. Besides, these processors would also work more efficiently on the 4G LTE networks. Galaxy Note is one of the most remarkable mobile devices from Samsung with a form factor that can be considered a mix between a tablet and a smartphone. This device, having an S Pen along with the main product would make the handwriting experience simpler on this device. International versions of the device have already been released on UK, Europe, Japan and Canada. However, the version with Snapdragon processors under contract with AT&T would be made available in about a month. We are working already to have the Galaxy Note unlock codes ready when the device is being released.