Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Passes Through FCC with Tablatic Sketches

September 27, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The ongoing legal war between Samsung and Apple has deprived the world (temporarily, we hope) of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. If you remember right, the Cupertino based company had filed an injunction against the Galaxy Tab, so until that gets sorted out Samsung will find it hard to put the Tab on global markets.

But that shouldn’t worry the American citizens much, for that Galaxy Tab of Samsung’s is gearing up for an appearance in US markets. The device, going under the name of GT-P6810, has just recently come out of the FCC with a set of sketches that shows it in good light.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Passes Through FCC with Tablatic Sketches

The Galaxy Tab 7.7 looks like a WiFi only version and the model that passed through the Federal Communications Commission is most probably a version with 16GB of internal memory. It didn’t mention a word about wireless bands, but when you come to think of it, it didn’t mention much anything about at all.

And that includes the release window too. Granted that passing through the FCC halls and gaining their approval doesn’t necessarily guarantee that it will be sold in the continent, but the way things are running, we might hear of it soon enough.

 

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