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]