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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini returns to the FCC with AT&T-capable LTE

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When the Galaxy S4 Mini reached the FCC last month, we thought that might be the last we'd see of it in the US; the Galaxy S III Mini never officially reached the country, after all. The GS4 Mini is back for another round, however, and it's now toting AT&T-native support for both LTE (on the 700MHz and AWS bands) and HSPA (850MHz and 1,900MHz). Few other surprises are in store, although we've noticed that there's no AWS-based HSPA for T-Mobile fans. The filing also doesn't say anything about an AT&T launch for the GS4 Mini, but it comes a month after the FCC approved a compatible Galaxy Mega 6.3 -- we wouldn't be surprised if there's more to the story.

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