The 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 is slated for a March release in the UK, making it the perfect time for a friendly visit with the FCC. The filing doesn’t tell us much we didn’t already know about the sequel proper to Samsung’s original Galaxy Tab, but it does reveal support for 3G bands associated with AT&T. Whether the tablet sees a launch on that carrier or any other in the US has yet to be announced, but it wouldn’t come as too surprising. The Galaxy Tab 2 will run Ice Cream Sandwich with the aid of a 1GHz dual-core processor and come in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB varieties. Expect the tablet to be priced on the lower end of Samsung’s range.
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