Samsung Galaxy Tab With AT&T WCDMA Visits The FCC

We already know that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab will be arriving on all four major US wireless carriers, with Verizon and T-Mobile already confirming plans for the Android tablet. We’re still looking to see AT&T’s take on the whole situation and now an FCC filing by Samsung hints that the device should be arriving from AT&T soon, with the version at the FCC supporting AT&T’s WCDMA Bands II and V. There are two variations of the Galaxy Tab mentioned, namely the GT-P1000L and the GT-P1000N, possibly referring to the white and black versions of the device. With Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile set to release the Galaxy Tab in the next two weeks, it’ll be interesting to see what AT&T is planning for this device.

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