Galaxy Tab 7.7 with 3G hits FCC
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The Galaxy Tab 7.7 was found at the FCC sans 3G and WWAN radios back in late September, but a 3G-enabled model may finally be making its way to U.S. shores. The same tablet is back at the FCC as model GTP6800, this time with an HSPA+/3G radio for certification and testing.
Specs for the tablet are nevertheless the same as it was before. This includes Samsung’s signature AMOLED Plus display, 1280x800 pixel resolution, Honeycomb 3.2, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and front-and-rear cameras.
The release date is still up in the air, but this may eventually launch for the T-Mobile network as previously rumored. The tablet itself was unveiled at this year's IFA before all traces of it were inconspicuously removed due to the intense legal battles between Apple and Samsung at the time.