AT&T’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE passes through FCC
If FCC documents are any indication, AT&T may soon be doubling the number of 4G LTE-capable Android tablets. Currently offering only the HTC Jetstream, Ma Bell is expected to begin carrying the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with support for the growing network. We’ll be interested in seeing where the price point falls for this 4G LTE tablet as the Jetstream is far too expensive for our tastes. On a more positive note, we’re digging the lower costs (as compared to Verizon) of the 4G LTE phones, the HTC Vivid and Galaxy S II Skyrocket.
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Would you sign a two-year service agreement for a Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 4G LTE support?
Source: Wireless Goodness
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