Oh, would you look at that. It's a Sprint-branded Samsung Galaxy Note! I know that there's an AT&T variant headed our way, but a CDMA Galaxy Note would be a treat for many of you, too.
Unlike the AT&T version, however, the Sprint model won't come with 4G LTE. But other than that slight difference, there aren't any other changes that Samsung made between the two variants.
If the Note came to the US with two options, a GSM model and a CDMA one, it would obviously give users two options to choose from and that would mean that there's a better possibility of having a lower price, which gives Samsung a better chance of getting the 5.3-inch device into the hands of a lot of consumers.
Personally, I think the Galaxy Note will be appealing to a variety of US customers. It's not just a phone: it's a big phone, and it could be used as a geekiness symbol, as well as a very functional piece of equipment for businesspeople. Having two choices for US carriers just sweetens the deal for those people.[SprintFeed]