Aug 31st, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:06 pm

Yesterday, we saw the yet-to-be-unveiled (but is still definitely confirmed) Galaxy Tab pop up in the wild with CDMA radios. Naturally, we figured CDMA in the United States would spell a release for Verizon – we already know Verizon has plans for multiple 3G-enabled tablets, Sprint’s unlikely to carry them, and T-Mobile and AT&T would be out of a CDMA equation.


BGR‘s gotten proof that it’s going to Big Red, though, as the device showed up in their internal systems as the SCHI800BKV – the Samsung Galaxy Tab. A demo unit also appears to be in the inventory for those who like to beat them up in stores. Perhaps pricing and launch date will be discussed this week in Berlin, Germany when Samsung takes the wraps off of the device for the first time September 2nd. We’ll be following the event as much as we can to bring the latest information straight to your monitors.

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