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    T-Mobile Version of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Passes FCC


    The T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 just passed its FCC testing. Here's a quote with some more details:
    A Samsung Tablet identified only as the Samsung SGH-T859 made its way through the FCC with 1700MHz AWS band, as well as the standard 850/1900 GSM/Edge/WCDMA/HSPA bands. In addition, this tablet also had the same dimensions as the Wi-Fi model.
    What do you guys think? Any TMo users excited by this news?

    Source: DroidMatters

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