It appears that Sammy’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be hitting AT&T’s real 4G network sometime soon, as a strikingly-similar device recently passed through the FCC.
Code-named SGH-1957, the tablet donned a label for AT&T’s LTE service when it was spotted on the FCC’s website. Apparently, the carrier will offer Samsung’s controversial slate alongside the $700, on contract, HTC Jetstream.
Since neither AT&T nor Samsung have made an announcement regarding the tablet, pricing or availability is unknown at this time. If the device is comparable in price to Verizon’s LTE offering of the tablet, the Galaxy Tab with Ma Bell 4G connectivity will set you back a cool $530 for the 16GB unit and $630 for the 32GB model, both with a two-year data plan agreement.
AT&T recently announced its first two LTE-enabled smartphones, the HTC Vivid and the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. While the carrier’s high-speed network is currently only available in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, AT&T plans to expand the service to include Baltimore, Washington D.C., Athens and Boston on Nov. 6.