T-Mobile may finally be getting another Android Honeycomb tablet. It appears the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has just hit the FCC tagged with some of T-Mobile's GSM bands as well as what they call "4G". Verizon has a 4G LTE version and you can see our review of that here, but now T-Mobile wants to join the party it seems.
Clearing the FCC being identified only as the Samsung SGH-T859, it comes complete with 1700MHz AWS for T-Mobile as well as their usual 3G bands too. This is exciting for those that didn't want the 8.9" LG G-Slate with that 3D stuff and have been waiting for an awesome tablet for T-Mobile. With a similar layout to the Wi-Fi version it should most likely be the same but we don't have any details on internals or hardware. Most likely we will have the same NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core CPU and all that other goodness the original comes with.
While this is great news for T-Mobile customers both Samsung and T-Mobile are still up in the air regarding current legal battles and buyouts and their futures are still unknown. We recently spotted T-Mobile prepping stores for a busy day come September 24th, could we be seeing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G launch that soon? We will have to wait and see as the date gets closer but one thing is for sure, it looks like T-Mobile is in fact getting their own 4G Galaxy Tab soon.