Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (or 10.1?) With AT&T LTE Bands Hits FCC

Samsung Galaxy Tab With AT&T LTE Bands Hits FCC

AT&T has already an LTE-based tablet HTC Jetstream, which is first ever LTE tablet for the carrier, but its expensive price tag of $849.99 ($699.99 on contract) isn’t attracting the crowds. It looks like, AT&T is set to bring another Android tablet for its customers. Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 16GB (or else it could be Galaxy Tab 10.1) was recently passed through the FCC doors, with AT&T’s plain 4G LTE branding logo gracing on its backside. The FCC docs haven’t confirmed whether it is either Galaxy Tab 8.9 or Galaxy Tab 10.1. Since AT&T has already a 10.1-inch HTC Jetstream tablet, the carrier might not got for another 10.1-inch device. So it could be Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 which could be launched as 2nd LTE capable tablet by AT&T. But, in late June, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with AT&T connectivity has passed FCC regulations. Verizon is currently selling the LTE capable Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The Galaxy Tab passed through FCC is carrying the model number as SGH-i957.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Features:

# Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS.
# 8.9-inch display with 1280 X 800 pixels of resolution.
# 1GHz dual-core processor ticking inside with 1GB of RAM.
# 3MP rear-facing camera, 2 megapixel front-facing camera to make video calls.
# Bluetooth 3.0, 1080p HD video playback, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, DLNA functionality,
# Flash Player 10.2, Samsung Mini Apps Tray, Social Hub, Reader’s Hub, Music Hub.
# 6000mAh battery.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Features.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi variant is now available for sale in the Best Buy retail chains.

Samsung Galaxy Tab With AT&T LTE Bands Hits FCC

AT&T might announce this device before the holiday season.

Source: FCC, Via: Wireless Goodness

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.