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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 returns to the FCC with 3G inside

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When Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 first passed through the FCC for approval, it was still shrouded in mystery. It just came back to the US agency with a familiar face... and a 3G twist. The GT-P5200 variant we have here supports built-in HSPA data that works with AT&T and bigger Canadian carriers. Unfortunately, it doesn't have LTE -- which all but rules out deals with American providers for this edition of the Android slate. We'll look out in the off chance that a more appropriate model comes along, but the FCC approval should at least please some globetrotting tablet fans.

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