The Samsung Galaxy Tab S officially broke cover last night in a New York City event. Although the device was unveiled, there was no clarification on whether carriers in the U.S. would carry the tablet. But AT&T has now come forward and mentioned that it will be officially offering the device through its retail channels. And unsurprisingly, the variant offered by the carrier will support 4G LTE as well. The Galaxy Tab S will be launched in Snapdragon 800 and Exynos 5 SoC flavors, so the AT&T variant will make use of the former.
At this point, the carrier has only mentioned that it will sell the tablet and hasn’t provided details on when it will arrive. Pricing details haven’t been disclosed either. Considering that the general launch date of the Galaxy Tab S has been set to July, it’s safe to assume that AT&T will launch the device then. We’re expecting other carriers like Verizon and Sprint to join the list in the coming days.
Via: Talk Android