Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus passes by the FCC

October 11, 2011

The Samsung Galaxy Plus 7" tablet is just clearing the FCC it seems. Samsung went ahead and officially announced the Tab late last month after initially being spotted with a T-Mobile branding so it's safe to say you can enjoy one of these in your own hands soon. This is the replacement for the original Tab 7 from Samsung.

Samsung has been busy though, we recently saw the Tab 7.7 also clear the FCC and the larger 10.1" brother is headed to T-Mobile. We now have a 7, 7.7, 8.9 and 10.1" tablets from the Galaxy Tab line, go Samsung. The T-Mobile 10.1" should be available at the end of the month.

With a boosted 1.2 GHz processor the Galaxy Tab Plus 7 that has just cleared the FCC is also up for pre-order right now at online shops such as J&R and more. With it now finally clearing the FCC we should start to see more details emerge regarding carriers and availability shortly. So far the only model is a 16GB Wi-Fi so we can't confirm any connected models at this time but stay tuned for more details.

[via Engadget]

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  • Ulvaeus

    What about the 7.7 ? Was it only vaporware ?

    • Jon Garrett

      read the article.