FCC Approves LTE-Capable Galaxy Note 10.1 for Verizon

No specific info on when it might land at the carrier has been provided

By on January 3rd, 2013 12:01 GMT

Mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless is expected to bring to the market in the near future a new tablet PC with support for its 4G LTE network, namely the Galaxy Note 10.1.

The upcoming device has already been spotted over at the Federal Communication Commission, with Verizon’s Band 13 LTE connectivity packed inside.

Furthermore, as Engadget notes, the slate was approved with support for the carrier’s newer Band 4 (AWS) spectrum, as well as for its 3G network.

The LTE-capable Galaxy Note 10.1 is also expected to hit the market with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities packed inside, though it remains to be seen when exactly Samsung and Verizon will decide to make it official.

With the necessary approvals already received, it should not be too long before a formal unveiling is made, so stay tuned to learn more on this.

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