AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 hits FCC

Samsung latest Galaxy Tab Pro and Note devices are getting closer to its release, but not sure how many carriers in US will be offering any of these devices on their network, it is confirmed that the Verizon will be offering the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 though. But the good news is that it is more than Verizon, according to new info, customers on AT&T will also be able to grab Samsung’s new Galaxy Note Pro with 4G LTE support.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 for AT&T has been spotted at FCC with AT&T’s HSDPA+ and LTE support. Although there hasn’t yet been any official announcement, this is an indication that the device would finally be available from the carrier. Normally a device hits FCC, when the device is on the verge of its release.

Unfortunately, there is no other info about the device for AT&T, pricing and release date are still scarce. But if the device is actually headed to AT&T, we should soon get more details on it. However, judging by price tag of Galaxy Note Pro  WiFi version from Office Depot, that is going to be expensive and you will certainly have to start saving some bucks before it actually arrives. At Office Depot, the WiFi only version already costs you a whopping $850, so Note with LTE should hit the $1000 mark.

Samsung has announced that it will be launching its latest Galaxy Tab Pro and Note Pro on February 13. The series of tablets in different sizes are coming with almost identical specs inside. The 12.2 Galaxy Note Pro is powered by Exynos 5 Octa 5420 processor  and sports 12.2-inch Super Clear LCD display with a resolution of 2560×1600 and 3GB of RAM. All theses devices will be running on latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS right out of the box.

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