Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 passes FCC with AT&T bands

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi has been released on June 17 nationwide. Some Samsung fans have been holding off for a network-enabled version of this tablet. According to FCC filings, this Galaxy Tab 10.1 version goes under the codename GT-P7500. It will support GSM 850Mhz and 1900Mhz bands as well as the WCDMA bands II and V which means that this upcoming Galaxy Tab will definitely support AT&T’s 3G network (see the 3G emblem on label below).

And if history repeats itself, we should see other carriers than AT&T selling this new 3G version of Samsun’g Galaxy Tab 10.1.The older version, the Galaxy Tab 7.0, has been carried by all of the four major carriers in the U.S..

via Wireless Goodness
Source FCC

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