The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has just made an appearance over at the FCC – where it is also known by its model name as the SHV-E230S. Of course, I am quite sure that most folks would prefer to call it as the Galaxy Note 10.1 compared to something that is far longer and seemingly incomprehensible at first glance. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1’s appearance over at the FCC revealed an LTE logo as well as 16GB of internal memory, while picking up the nod of approval for use of WCDMA bands II and V, GSM bands 850 and 1900, dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. It is rather interesting to note that the device itself comes with an LTE logo right at the top, although the FCC filings for the SHV-E230S failed to include any approval for the use of LTE band. Perhaps more will be revealed in due time, and we look forward to the official release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for more details to surface, so in the mean time, it would be prudent to play the patience card.
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