LTE Galaxy Tab 8.9 granted European approval


The LTE-configured Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 has passed through the Global Certification Forum ready to bring its 4G speeds to Europe. The device is listed under its model number GT-P7320 and shows approval for a number of radio bands, including 900MHz and 2100MHz HSPA and LTE at 800MHz and 2.6GHz. Unclear is the tablet’s exact destination within the EU. Likewise, pricing and availability details remain a mystery. While 4G LTE coverage is available from several carriers and is compatible with a number of devices here in the US, the next-gen network technology isn’t as prevalent on the other side of the Atlantic. This looks to soon change and the Galaxy Tab 8.9 should be riding the first wave.

[via TheUnwired]

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  1. Who cares…when is the next gen tab coming out?

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