The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note I717 is the first version of the Galaxy Note line of phones released in the US and Canada. It was released in February of 2012. It has access to the AT&T's LTE network. Is is a phone/tablet hybrid. The Galaxy Note comes with a stylus in the box. The "phablet" is able to be upgraded to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and uses Samsung's TouchWiz user interface to enhance the standard Android OS. The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note I717 has four capacitive buttons instead of the physical home button seen on other versions of the Galaxy Note.