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    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with Verizon LTE Passes Through FCC


    This next Android tablet needs very little introduction, and definitely fits into the Verizon and US market categories. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Android tablet is one of the best options available from 2012 for the high-end tablet market. Now, a Verizon LTE equipped version just passed through its FCC testing. There has been no official word from Samsung or Verizon on this tablet, but the included support for VZW traditional Band 13, and its fresh Band 4 (AWS) spectrum speaks volumes. The tablet will also come with 3G connectivity included with the usual Bluetooth and WiFi.

    We will keep an eye on this one and let you know as soon as an official announcement is made.

    Source: AndroidTablets.net via Engadget
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