While the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is already available in a Wi-Fi only and a Verizon 4G LTE model, it looks like it may soon be available with another US based carrier — T-Mobile. Of course, as these details are not coming by way of either Samsung or T-Mobile, we have to treat them as rumor for now. That being said, it looks like a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with support for T-Mobile has made an appearance with the FCC. The listing does not specifically mention the tablet as the Galaxy Tab, but instead refers to it as the Samsung SGH-T859, however the dimensions match that of the Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab. Otherwise, the FCC filing shows the tablet as having support for the 1700MHz AWS network for T-Mobile along with support for 850/1900 GSM /EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA. Either way, regardless of the final name here, it looks like a Samsung tablet with T-Mobile 1700MHz AWS support will be coming available in the not to distant future.
by Robert Nelson on September 13, 2011 at 10:00 am
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