Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 pays a visit to the FCC

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 pays a visit to the FCC
Just a couple months after the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 vanished from their booth at IFA due to an injunction filed against them it has resurfaced for a return trip to the FCC, this time packing 3G bands as well as support for HSPA+

The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is a tablet for the individuals that will find the Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus to be too small while the Galaxy Tab 8.9 is too large. Samsung seems interested in having a tablet for a whole variety of hand sizes. The display itself is of the Super AMOLED Plus type which should be a joy to gaze at. Powering the device behind the scenes is a dual-core 1.4GHz processor as well has 1GB of RAM. Of course, this is an Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet that also has Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface overlaying it.

Samsung is still mum on this device’s availability in the US. It was believed that it wouldn’t see the light of date here in states, but Samsung has yet to make an official decision. With all of the other tablet offerings by Samsung in the US already it may be hard for the Galaxy Tab 7.7 to take off. Would the Galaxy Tab 7.7 interest you despite the current availability of three other Galaxy Tabs?

source: Engadget

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