Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 with Verizon LTE lands at FCC £199
11th Jun 2012 | 19:43
The low-cost tablet finds a new carrier
The Federal Communications Commission got its hands on a new model of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 that will play nice with Verizon's networks.
The tablet comes equipped with a new bundle of wireless radios that are compatible with Verizon's LTE service, the FCC confirms.
Other than Verizon support, this 7-inch tablet is exactly the same hardware that recently hit store shelves.
See our hands-on video review of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0:
More of the same
While Samsung's low-cost tablet has cut some design corners, it's still an impressive device on a budget.
The 7-inch display packs a 1024x600 resolution coupled with a 1GHz dual-core processor and Android's Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
There was no official launch date announced, but sources point to the tablet arriving on Verizon shelves soon.