Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus Visits the FCC


Just in time for pre-orders to go live, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus has made its coming of age trek through the FCC. It’s sort of like in the movie 300 when a young King Leonidas, future ruler of Sparta, is sent off along into the woods only to emerge after defeating a rather nasty wolf. In this case the ruthless warrior was not a Greek king but rather the 16GB WiFi version of the Galaxy Tab 7 Plus. With the hurdle of the FCC successfully passed, it’s only a matter of time before the new tablet defeats Xerxes and his army…er, I mean, is available for purchase.

[via Engadget]

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  1. lol

  2. So, this is NOT the 7.7 we saw announced a while ago, right?

    1. I don’t think it is. I’ll wait for the 7.7″ with the superamoled screen

  3. I’ll wait for the samsung galaxy tab 7 super plus touch 4g +

  4. I’d rather have the sgs note. What are the chances that it will eventually come to the states?

  5. I think they added everything that was missing from the first one to make this a rather appealing tablet. If it wasn’t for the 400 dollar price tag I would be complimenting my Sprint Epic Touch 4G with this tablet. I guess there is always Black Friday.

  6. As an original Galaxy Tab 7 owner, I can say that I will indeed upgrade to a 7 Plus. I want Honeycomb and a faster processor, but I liked that my Froyo 7″ tablet was small enough to carry easily. The 7 Plus is everything I could ask for at this time.

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