It would seem as though the good people over at the FCC will have an overwhelming number of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 tablets on their hands to play around with, as two variants of Samsung’s latest tablet, the SPH-P500 and the SCH-i915 have made their way to the FCC. These will feature LTE support and will make their way to Sprint and Verizon Wireless, respectively. The Galaxy Tab 2 is known to be powered by a Texas Instrument processor, but so far unverified benchmarks of both did appear online before, pointing towards the possibility of a speedier Snapdragon S4 processor being thrown into the mix this time around.
Not only that, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for Sprint and US Cellular has also decided to join in the party, where it is called the SPH-L900 and SCH-R950, respectively, sporting dual-mode support. Is your wallet or bank account primed up to pick up either one of these?
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