It’s not like this is any secret, everyone knows after an announcement at the AT&T developer summit at CES last week that the Samsung Galaxy Note is headed to AT&T. The five inch phoneblet should be arriving soon. Just how soon? Well the Galaxy Note with AT&T’s bands crossed the desks of the FCC this week.
The FCC published Samsung documents that show the Galaxy Note’s certification on Friday. Samsung model SGH-i717, the Samsung Galaxy Note, include both HSPA+ bands and bands for AT&T’s 4G/LTE.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note features a 5.3 inch WXGA screen with a 1280×800 resolution. Samsung has included a digital pan dubbed the Samsung “S Pen” that interacts with the entire screen in multiple applications for drawing, marking up and navigation.
The Galaxy Note runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and should see Ice Cream Sandwich sometime in the future. This is all fueled by a 1.4ghz dual core processor and on AT&T it will see the benefits of 4G/LTE in AT&T’s 4G/LTE markets.
At CES Samsung and AT&T said that the Galaxy Note would be available in the coming weeks and it appears by this filing they are right on schedule.