The newest member of the Galaxy Tab series is back in the news today and it looks to be headed to AT&T with some 4G speeds. Those will be of the HSPA+ variant and no LTE sadly but we’ll take what we can get. Today the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus has just cleared the FCC rocking AT&T HSPA+ radios.

T-Mobile just launched their own version of the Tab 7.0 Plus with 4G and it became available only yesterday, November 16th. With the AT&T version clearing the FCC today we expect it to arrive on the market sometime here shortly. Possible within the next 30 days. We have already had a chance to enjoy the Tab 7.0 Plus rocking Android 3.2 Honeycomb and you can see our full review from yours truly by clicking here. Take notice that we only had the Wi-Fi model for review but most likely it’ll be the same device just with some additional AT&T flare and 4G connectivity.

The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus features a 7″ 1024 x 600 resolution display and a dual-core 1.2 GHz Samsung Exynos processor on board. No Tegra 2 here. It does come with the usual 1GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB versions should be available, a 3 megapixel camera on the rear and 1.3 front. One important spec unlike most Galaxy Tablets the 7.0 Plus does in fact offer a micro-SD slot for expanded storage. If a 4G version doesn’t interest you the Wi-Fi model is already on sale and available right now. Again, if you’d like to look over the FCC filing here it is. We’ll update when we hear an official announcement or launch date.

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[via SlashGear]