Lets have a look at what we’ve got rolling through the FCC today! Over the past couple days, actually. As you may know, devices popping up on their way through the FCC approval process often means that a device will soon be being released in one way or another to the public – be it in a special release, just for reviewing, or straight up available for sale. First we’ve got a report from yesterday on the Galaxy Tab 8.9 which more than likely will be showing up as a reviewer’s unit before it’s released (limited edition or otherwise.)

Next there’s a listing for Barnes & Noble’s newest touchscreen reader tablet, named NOOK, aka the next generation NOOK that also runs Android 2.1 and has a 6-inch display with 800 x 600 pixel resolution and eInk. To get a better idea of what’s going on with this tablet (since the FCC listing says essentially nothing new about it, head on over to our initial announcement post and check out this fabulous video:

Next is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wifi-only edition. This is essentially the same device we got to look at a couple weeks ago at Google I/O 2011 – we’ve still got it lying around here somewhere, of there it is! And what’s that, it’s got a glass situation going on? Oh no! Have a look at what you might want to look out for now.

[via Wireless Goodness]