Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Makes a Stop at the FCC With AT&T Radios

It looks like AT&T is about to join their maybe-soon-to-be-bought competitor T-Mobile in carrying the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, an updated model of the original 2010 version, as the device has hit the FCC. As you may already know, it has a 7 inch display, a dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, Honeycomb and more. Sit tight if you’ve been waiting for a tablet of this size to hit AT&T. [FCC, thanks Brian!]

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  • Daniel Tiberius

    lol Samsung.  They said they weren’t bringing this or the Note to the US and here we are, like a few weeks later, and here it is.  


  • Butters619

    AT&T screw the tablet, get the Nexus!

    • fmays

      AT&T screw the nexus and the tab, get the galaxy note!

  • Freak4Dell

    If the WiFi version is $400, this thing will probably be like $550 off contract.

  • http://Phandroid deh2002

    They said the 7.7″ version wasn’t coming to the states. I wish it and the note would come. I think the 7 to 8.9 is the perfect tablet range but it would be nice to have a pocketable tablet like the note as an option also.

    • Daniel Tiberius

      Oh whoops.  Close enough.  I’m calling some version of the Note for the States.