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Verizon raised a few eyebrows when it put its logo on the Home button of the Samsung Galaxy Note II, but if you can live with that, you should know that the phablet goes on sale tomorrow, November 29.

The price is the same as it was during pre-orders – $300 if you sign a 2-year contract, or $700 if you prefer to go off-contract. The Note II for Verizon is available in Marble White and Titanium Gray.

By the way, if you’ve already pre-ordered Samsung’s fast-selling phablet, you should have a shipping confirmation email in your inbox.

Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Note II is the same 5.5″ Super AMOLED-packing, Jelly Bean-running, Exynos-powered device as the international version, but also gets support for Verizon’s CDMA and 4G LTE networks.

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The Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors are heating up – the 4.99″ 1080p Super AMOLED screen was brought up again as was the Exynos 5450 chipset rumors (with quad-core Cortex-A15 CPU). The camera has also caught the attention of the rumor mill and apparently it will be a 13MP shooter.

That sounds plausible – we’ve heard that the Galaxy Note II was supposed to have a 13MP shooter, but in the end Samsung went with the old 8MP because Sony couldn’t make enough sensors (and it had already made a deal with LG for the Optimus G). Plus, Samsung can’t have three consecutive generations of Galaxy S phones using the same camera, can it?

A new Korean source talked about the new 4.99″ 1080p Super AMOLED screens that Samsung is supposed to show off at CES in January (and that are already in production). The same rumor coming from a second source seemingly confirms it, but unfortunately this new rumor is still light on details.

Since the “Plus” keyword is missing from the “Super AMOLED” name, it suggests that we’re talking about a PenTile display. It probably won’t make a big difference at 441ppi pixel density, though.

Anyway, the other rumor that was reiterated was about the Exynos 5450 chipset – the quad-core version of the 5250 chipset that powers the Nexus 10 tablet. We’re still very skeptical of that – four Cortex-A15 cores at 2GHz will make minced meat of current mobile chipsets, but will probably also suck a battery dry in record time.

Well, we look forward to CES to see if Samsung really will break out the 1080p Super AMOLED displays, but we guess it won’t be before Q2 that we see the Galaxy S IV for real.