AT&T Galaxy Tab Android Tablet Hits the FCC

November 2, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The latest reports are suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy Tab is ready to hit the US markets with AT&T. The AT&T Galaxy Tab is reported to be tested by the FCC and has received approval.

Although it was known that the device will be rolled out into the markets by all four major carriers in the US, there were no speculations about the device on AT&T. The other three major carriers, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile, have confirmed the launch of the device to occur within 2 weeks.

Although AT&T has not officially announced any details about the date of release of the much anticipated tablet, the reports about the approval from the FCC suggests that the AT&T version might also arrive sometime in the very near future.

Reportedly, it is a version of the Galaxy Tab with support for AT&T’s WCDMA Bands (II and V) that has received the approval from the FCC. GT-P1000L and GT-P1000N are the two variants of the tablet that was mentioned in the FCC documents, and these two model numbers are thought to indicate the white and black versions of the device.

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