Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is on its way to Verizon with 4G LTE on board
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is full of surprises. Nice surprises, if you’re in the US. While at one point we thought that this Super AMOLED Android-powered tablet would never make it to the US, it’s apparently going to do just that. Since last week, you’ve been able to pre-order a Wi-Fi-only version of the tablet. And now we have even better news for those of you who don’t mind (or dare we say it, actually crave) long-term contracts with carriers.
That’s right, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is on its way to Verizon, as spotted in the leaked screenshot you can see below. That reportedly depicts an internal Verizon system. But wait, the fact that the Tab 7.7 is going to be on Big Red isn’t even the best part.
In fact, it’s going to come with 4G LTE support, so it will be able to connect to Verizon’s ever-expanding high-speed mobile network. That’s hardly a surprise anymore, since the carrier already offers the Motorola Xoom, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and both Motorola Droid Xyboards with LTE, but it’s still very nice to see.
We don’t have a projected release date, pricing information, or anything like that (read:concrete) yet. But rest assured, someone will leak all that stuff at some point. And we’re guessing it will be sooner rather than later. So stay tuned.
Via Droid Life