If the HTC Jetstream can be considered the inaugural tablet device on AT&T’s new 4G LTE network, the second spot might well belong to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The 4G compatible 10.1 inch tablet has already made it to the FCC. In fact, the tablet code named SGH-I957 has already received the necessary certification for its compliance with AT&T’s brand new 4G network.
However, AT&T has yet to come up with anything concrete on this. Key information, such a release date or pricing, is anybody’s guess as of now. However, it is almost a certainty that the tablet will be up for grabs before the holiday season gets underway. Let’s just hope AT&T makes a sensible decision as far as pricing is concerned and does not keep it out of reach of general users as it did with the Jetstream. The Motorola XOOM 4G is already available at competitive rates.
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