Galaxy Note II For Sprint and US Cellular Along With New Tablets Reach The FCC

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Samsung’s quest for world domination continues as they keep bringing additional products to US shores this holiday season. Obviously no product launch is legally allowed without the devices paying a visit to the FCC, for our leaked pleasure. This time we’ve got the Galaxy Note II variants for Sprint and US Cellular being exposed. These devices will most likely see the public light of day on Samsung’s October 24th event, so get your wallets ready.

Along with the phablets, Samsung also submitted two Android tablets, the SPH-P500 and SCH-i915, which apparently are variants of the Galaxy Tab 2 arriving at each CDMA carrier. Now the interesting news here is noticing that these Galaxy Tab 2s have been modified. No longer do they carry the TI chips we knew before, but instead carry a much faster Snapdragon S4.

Sadly we’ve still got no specifics on when we’ll get these new tablets in the market, but I’d keep an eye on Samsung’s October 27th event.

Via: Engadget

Source: FCC

 

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