Sprint’s Galaxy Note 2 and Pair of 4G LTE Equipped Galaxy Tab 2 10.1’s Appear At The FCC

Over the weekend, we saw a few Samsung Galaxy Note 2 variants pass through the FCC but one of the top 4 carriers was missing out from the fun: Sprint. Today, you can rest assured that the Sprint Galaxy Note 2 will be arriving around the same time as others, with the SPH-L900 appearing at the FCC with Sprint compatible radio bands.

But that’s not all. An additional 2 Sammy devices were also revealed — the SPH-P500 and SCH-i915. More than likely these will be a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 variants for Sprint and Verizon, equipped with 4G LTE radios for ultimate portability. Anyone interested?

[FCC 1, 2, 3 | Engadget]

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TAGS: 4G LTE , FCC , Samsung Galaxy Note 2 , Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

  • socalrailroader

    Has the Note II for U.S. Cellular passed through the FCC yet?

  • Cheerful Charlie

    Hmm! Does the Galaxy Note 2 come with at least 4 GB RAM, like the low-end Nokia 510, or is is stuck with only 2 like all the other run of the mill units around.

  • Whadaya_no_jo

    Software version ALIO means multi window will be included.