Slashgear is reporting that accessory vendor Anymode sent out invitations for CES 2012 and inadvertently confirmed the existence of an AT&T branded Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note was released across Europe in November of last year, and rumors of a launch on AT&T started circulating in December.
The Original version of the Galaxy Note is a unique device, with its hybrid tablet/ phone size. The phone has a 5.3 inch HD SAMOLED screen with a resolution of 1280×800. This is the same resolution as most Android tablets, and the screen is somewhere in between the mainstream 4.3 inch size for phones and 7-10 inches for tablets.
The AT&T version is rumored to have a few changes compared to its European counterpart: four capacitive buttons, LTE radios and a different processor. That being said, the experience should be much the same, and it is exciting to see this phone finally coming to the US.