Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 makes a stop at the FCC


The 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 has made a pitstop at the FCC as it rolls towards launch. The HSPA+ version, model number GT-P5100, has been given the approval of the federal commission, flashing its 850 and 1900MHz support along the way. Also put through the paces were the Tab 2’s 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 capabilities.

The presence of an HSPA+ radio tuned to AT&T compatible bands suggests the new slate could see a carrier release here in the States, but at this moment this remains unconfirmed.

[FCC via Engadget]

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  1. Wait why is at@t just now getting the first galaxy tab 10.1?…

    1. Hello, does AT&T and Apple ring a bell.  AT&T really needs to clean house at the administration level.  You have to show some equal love for all platforms.  If not, social media will just keep you at the bottom of customer respect.  I want the damn Galaxy Note, but I don’t want AT&T because of this control issue.  Come on Samsung, release the Galaxy Journal to Verizon.  

  2. Well….it’s actually NOT the 1st Galaxy Tab, it’s the NEW Galaxy Tab 2 (like the iPad and then the iPad 2). new design, different specs kinda and HSPA+ ready. So my only question is since it’s HSPA+ ready will it work on T-Mobile’s 4G? If anyone knows for sure please let me know because I’m looking to buy my very first Android tab and I only get 1 chance here so I want to get the best! Right now it’s between the new Toshiba X10, the Transformer Prime or a Samsung Galaxy.

  3. The Asus infinity will be with us soon

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