reported, that tablet with its LTE connectivity, is set to launch tomorrow. A third tweet, from a third staff employee, said that Verizon had no info on the Samsung Galaxy S II and that the phone is not on the carrier's web site.
Now, it might seem hard to imagine that Verizon employees can confuse what is currently the hottest smartphone on earth with a tablet about to launch, but it happened. Apparently, the employees of Verizon are only allowed to parrot back information that appears on the company's web site. It might be a moot point anyway, because as we recently told you, the Sprint version of the handset made it through the FCC and was found to have support for WiMax. Still, Verizon customers have a right to feel uneasy. Until we have the definitive word from the carrier, there still is that chance that the Samsung Function won't have 4G support.