Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus hits the FCC sporting AT&T-compatible HSPA+

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So, you dig what Sammy is doing with Honeycomb on the 10.1 and the 8.9, but you're looking for something a little smaller. The Note has struck your interest, but perhaps its dimensions are just a tad too diminutive for your tastes. Well sir or ma'am, you're exactly the type of person Samsung is hoping to snag with its Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. You can already order one with WiFi on board, but if it's cellular capabilities you're looking for, the latest model that just sauntered through the FCC might be the ticket. The GT-P6200 is sporting a little extra something in the way of an HSPA+ radio. Specifically the cellular modem comes supporting the 850MHz and 1900MHz GSM bands used by AT&T. So, perhaps Ma Bell is looking to refresh its tablet family, which is still hawking the OG Galaxy Tab (no Honeycomb on that bad boy). There's also 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 antennas on board. Hit up the source link for all the fun regulatory minutia.
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