Samsung showcases the Galaxy Tab 10.1 HSPA+ capabilities, TouchWiz UX included

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has just cruised through the FCC last month with AT&T bands. With the huge success that the Wi-Fi version of the Tab is having, some folks are still waiting to get their hands on the 3G/4G version which will allow them to be connected to the Web on-the-go which Samsung claims that it will be able to reach HSPA+ speeds of 21Mbps.

If you head to Samsung’s global website, Samsung has listed the Galaxy Tab 10.1 coming with TouchWiz UX which is supposed to be added to the Wi-Fi version via an OTA update in the upcoming weeks. The HSPA+ capable Tab will come in three models: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. No release dates were given by Samsung but it shouldn’t take long until we see it landing in the U.S..

via Samsung, YouTube

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